Enterprise chief information security officers (CISOs) are seeking ways to leverage existing security
investments to bridge the divide between largely siloed security systems. The focus is on reducing
the number of consoles needed to manage the security infrastructure. Network security vendors have
a significant role to play in bridging the communication gap between these systems. The creation of a
unified defense architecture enables threat data exchange between existing security systems. It helps
automate the process of raising an organization's security posture when a security infrastructure
component detects a threat.
The following questions were posed by Fortinet to Robert Ayoub, program director in IDC's Security
Products program, on behalf of Fortinet's customers.
To support a more robust exchange of health information across multiple systems and care settings, HIT must embrace future-state technology: A single data management solution built on a single platform that stores all content in its native format in a single archive.
The IHE framework and process provides a model that can help address these challenges of inefficient care coordination, disconnected data silos, and proprietary, non-scalable and cost prohibitive integration strategies.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital’s pioneering success shows that HIEs can deliver tremendous value by facilitating more coordinated care with community hospitals, small physician practices, and often-overlooked members of the healthcare community.
At this free, one-hour webcast, moderated by Bank System & Technology Editorial Director Kathy Burger, you will learn how intelligent capture and exchange capabilities can help your organization automate the entire mortgage loan process - linking back-office information processes, front-office knowledge workers, customers and partners to enable financial institutions to exchange information automatically with anyone, anywhere, in any format.
But what seems like a spoon full of sugar is often a tough pill to swallow when you consider regulatory requirements from agencies like the FDA for use of these networks. Adopting new technologies that allow employees to share information and exchange ideas with each other and with your customers is often the best way to achieve better business results, but doing so can involve considerable risk. That’s because the content people create using these technologies is subject to the scrutiny of regulators, legislators, and litigators. On top of that, increasing litigation has made it a business requirement to consider solutions that help bring down skyrocketing legal costs. Pharmaceuticals companies must be knowledgeable of, and abide by, specific information retention regulations in every country where they do business, including those countries that prohibit data from leaving the countries’ borders. Not having technology in place to help manage these requirements and increasing risks, or
Social Media Risks and Benefits for the Pharmaceuticals Industry
Drug makers are just beginning to realize how social networks can improve business processes. Social media helps your organization share information and exchange ideas with your customers quickly, but doing so can involve considerable risk. That’s because social media is subject to the scrutiny of regulators, legislators, and litigators. So, what seems like a spoon full of sugar is often a tough pill to swallow when you consider regulatory requirements from agencies like the FDA. On top of that, increasing litigation has made it a business requirement to consider solutions that help bring down skyrocketing legal costs. Not having technology in place to help manage these requirements and increasing risks, or doing so without careful planning, can be a costly mistake.
Read this paper to gain an understanding of:
What the regulatory landscape of the pharmaceuticals industry looks like
What concerns you should be aware of f
Published By: NextGen
Published Date: Jan 29, 2015
Congratulations! You're on the right path toward a more flexible, powerful HIE solution (and greater peace of mind).
The thought of moving to a new HIE solution can be tough. But as one of our new replacement clients, Rob Hack, Executive Director at HealtheConnections, recently said "The risk of doing nothing was far greater than the risk of making a switch." Hear some real client examples in our next communications.
Published By: NextGen
Published Date: Jan 29, 2015
Recognize these six misconceptions that can harm your success.
Don’t be “fuzzy” about interoperability and sharing data. Misinformation abounds. Get the straight scoop and the right start to your interoperability plan. Robust interoperability is critical to sustain and grow your organization. It’s the top priority of the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology (ONC). It should be a high priority for you too.
"In healthcare, as the trends supporting eHealth accelerate, the need for scalable, reliable, and secure network infrastructures will only grow. This white paper describes the key factors and technologies to consider when building a private network for healthcare sector enterprises, including:
Transport Network Equipment
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Reliability, Redundancy, and Protection
Services, Operation, Program Management, and Maintenance
Download our white paper to learn more."
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 06, 2014
This interview features answers to common questions about HIE technology by Tom Pacek, the health system’s Vice President and Chief Information Officer, and Ed Rodriguez, Director of Ambulatory Informatics.
SSL certificates have moved beyond the ‘Buy’ page. They are embedded in your business. For example,
they protect remote communications via webmail, chat and IM. Browser-to-server communications
for cloud-based services require SSL certificates to protect confidential information. In addition, SSL
certificates are used to secure server-to-server communications for applications and data exchange.
In fact, SSL Certificates are a business-critical part of your IT infrastructure. However, managing
individual certificates in a large organization is complicated by multiple locations, many servers,
different business units, and rapidly growing Web-based services.
The digital revolution has happened. Commerce is changing again, unbound from prior models. Goods and services are sold and information exchanged in ways we never imagined a few years ago. Think Uber and Airbnb—digital business models like this are replacing last year’s browser-based businesses.
Published By: DataMotion
Published Date: Oct 20, 2008
Almost every task one performs at work includes the exchange of information in one form or another and much of that is exchanged via email and its attachments. Yet too many enterprises view e-mail as a mature technology that simply accomplishes a rather mundane but necessary task, taking e-mail for granted. They rarely seek to leverage it beyond its most fundamental function. However, the messaging services that form the basis of e-mail are far more valuable than the e-mail itself, and can be used innovative ways to save time and money in our every day tasks. Download to learn more.
While free apps proliferate, many fall victim to the download-try-delete cycle, making the average lifespan of an app just 30 days. How can brands keep their place on a customer's mobile device? This whitepaper discusses how an app can deliver value to maintain its place on a customer's phone, and how added value can prompt customers to share some private information and opt in to push notifications. Dig deeper into the key performance indicators (KPIs) for apps that achieve this privacy-value exchange.
The long migration to electronic health records (EHRs) in the U.S. is set to speed up with the funding authorized by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009. But what are the specific risks when clinicians can’t access electronic health records? How far-reaching are the consequences when EHR data is lost, or its integrity is compromised? This paper looks at the mission-critical role of EHR systems, and introduces availability solutions that build in uptime protection to ensure the continuity of operation that both caregivers and patients can depend on.
Expedia is the world's leading online travel company, providing business and leisure travelers with tools and information to easily research, plan, book, and experience travel. As the company’s early rapid growth stabilized, its IT department sought ways to help employees become more productive and collaborate more effectively across long distances. To meet this goal, the department deployed Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007.