On Monday, a new study revealed the impact of that all-hands-on-deck response when the accreditors are in town: significantly fewer patient deaths during inspection week than the weeks before and after the inspectors' visit.
Ransomware rising, but where are all the breach reports? | Healthcare IT News
Hackers have clearly found their sweet spot in healthcare, with the industry now plagued by cyberattacks of a scope, severity and variety unimaginable even a few years ago. One of the most worrisome recent attack vectors, of course, is ransomware.
They represent more than a quarter of the nation's population. These are people 18 to 34 years old, and we're hearing a lot about them in the health care debate. How they fare under the GOP health care bill going through Congress is complicated.
When Kurt Eichenwald, a senior writer at Newsweek, publicly disclosed that he suffered from epilepsy, little did he imagine someone sending a tweet as an online weapon--a GIF image of a strobe light--to provoke a seizure.