June 29, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
According to the National Law Review, cyber security and patient confidentiality are two top concerns of health care centers and hospitals when it comes to implementing IT structures. The release of medical documents into hackers’ hands will not just compromise this data, but allow it to be used for a long period of time. Unscrupulous parties can leverage them to acquire medical insurance and other benefits which can increase as the patient whose information was stolen also matures and grows his assets. Not surprisingly, security comes to the top of mind of health care leaders once they start seeking for storage devices to keep the aforementioned data. Two other concerns have to do with the efficiency of deployment, and the classification of the data that will be stored. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas.