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New Year, New Predictions: What to Expect in 2023

In recent years, the healthcare industry has undergone rapid and radical changes that have shifted the way hospitals, medical professionals, and patients interact. Looking forward to 2023, it’s now time to focus on forecasting where healthcare may be headed this coming year and beyond. There are several predictions that healthcare professionals should be aware of as you plan for the new year to make well informed decisions when navigating upcoming changes in healthcare.

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HIPAA & The Holidays: Tips to Maintain Compliance

It's the most wonderful time of the year, but for healthcare professionals, it can also be one of the busiest. As you celebrate with your family and friends, don't forget about HIPAA policies and other privacy regulations that must be followed even during the holiday season. Here are some tips to help make sure you stay on track and maintain compliance policies while still enjoying all the festivities.

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5 Reasons to Have an Effective Plan for Downtime

Downtime, whether planned or unplanned, puts an incredible amount of stress on healthcare organizations. It’s a balancing act to provide the best patient care while systems are being restored, all while keeping patient information secure. Unfortunately, with the increase of ransomware in the healthcare industry, unplanned downtime is becoming a more common threat and adds even more complexity to the mix.

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Privacy breaches cost $5.6 billion a year

$5.6 billion.  $5,600,000,000.  Seeing the amount, instead of just reading the amount, gives it more meaning — at least to me it does. That rather large number is how much privacy breaches cost the healthcare industry annually. Each healthcare organization spends almost $2 Million ($2,000,000) over a 2-year period to address attacks. The most troubling trend is that the attacks on healthcare organizations are on the rise and expected to continue.

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