Using CDs or DVDs to transfer X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, etc. is an ineffective and antiquated method for delivering medical images. With today's advanced technology there are better options. Why not use your mobile phone instead?
Last week I had the pleasure to attend the Rock Health Summit in San Francisco. From the summit panelists to conversations with other attendees, one opinion remained unanimous: there is a great need for better health information delivery.
If you have a good brand, use it.
Major cities are often home to leading specialty hospitals. We think of the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio for cardiac care and Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City for cancer; brands that are recognizable around the world. The best physician-specialists are attracted to the best hospitals, bolstering their expertise.
A recent article in ProPublica identified that millions of medical records are not securely stored. According to the article, “Hundreds of computer servers worldwide that store patient X-rays and MRIs are so insecure that anyone with a web browser and a few lines of computer code can view patient records.”
As a global company, we have had multiple clients and prospects in the United Kingdom inquire about how the current situation with Brexit will affect storage and privacy. Here is a brief update regarding possible post-Brexit shifts in privacy regulations.