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Identification/Tracking/Security Systems
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset, Surgical Instrument
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset/Person
Image Digitization Systems, Microscopy, Confocal Scanning Laser
Image Processors, Video, Endoscopy
Information Systems, Picture Archiving/Communication, Endoscopy
Insufflators, Arthroscopic
Insufflators, Hysteroscopic
Insufflators, Laparoscopic
Irrigation/Distention Systems, Arthroscopic
Irrigation/Distention Systems, Hysteroscopic
Irrigators, Wound
Irrigators, Wound, Ultrasound Debridement

Four Ways Providers Must Address Mobile Health Security with BYOD
With an increasing number of physician practices allowing the use of personal mobile devices, the need for effective Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies and improved data security is more important than ever before.
5 Best Practices for Mobile Device Security-Receive a $5 Starbucks Card Upon Completion of the Form
The specter of HIPAA is at the back of every health care provider's mind, every day, in every interaction. Providers must constantly question if the information they are sharing, and how they are sharing it, falls within the law's privacy guidelines. If they aren't following the rules, they know, they could face significant fines and other consequences.
5 Best Practices for Mobile Device Security-Receive a $5 Starbucks Card Upon Completion of the Form
The specter of HIPAA is at the back of every health care provider's mind, every day, in every interaction. Providers must constantly question if the information they are sharing, and how they are sharing it, falls within the law's privacy guidelines. If they aren't following the rules, they know, they could face significant fines and other consequences.
Anatomy of a Healthcare Data Breach
The statistics on healthcare data breaches is growing increasingly troublesome. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, healthcare data breaches accounted for 44 percent of all breaches in 2013-- the first time the healthcare sector topped this list. Perhaps the main reason for such a large proportion is because personal health information (PHI) is worth roughly 50 times more than credit card or Social Security numbers.
How Healthcare Providers Can Improve Application Performance in the Cloud
Performance can make or break the success of healthcare organizations as they increasingly move into the cloud. Yes, security, back-up, and compliance concerns are also crucial, but with patient outcomes and care now more closely linked than ever to software application performance, healthcare organizations of many kinds are realizing that they must harness the world's most robust IT infrastructures in order to remain competitive.

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