Millions of medical records are not securely stored. Are yours?

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.”

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Topics: VPN, PACS, PHI

How Will Brexit Affect Storage and Privacy of UK Residents' Private Health Information?

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.

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Topics: PHI, Brexit

How Human Error Is Compromising Your Digital PHI

So, you upgraded from a local onsite solution to the Cloud. That’s great! However, just because you made the transition to go digital, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have to be cautious of how you manage patient records. While your package can no longer get lost in the mail, you are still vulnerable. Here’s what you need to know.

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Topics: Compliance, backup strategy, IT Professionals, PHI

Are You Taking The Measures To Protect Your Patient's PHI?

We now have the technology to unlock devices with our faces, but that doesn’t mean that we are immune to data loss as a result of poor image management. Here’s a question, how do you manage your patient medical images? Do you store them in a local hard drive, filing cabinet, image router, or onsite PACS? If you selected any of these options, it is likely that you are possibly one of many victims to data loss, and if not - you still have time to take the measures to protect your patient's private health information (PHI). 

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Topics: data backup, Compliance, PHI

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