Patient Care and Safety Doesn’t Stop at the Infusion PumpDate: 02/22/2019
Event Type: AEHIS LIVE , Archived
Ty Powers, Technical Director/Solutions Architect, Great Bay Software Robert Malarkey CISSP,CISA, Crowe Healthcare Consulting
According to ECRI, there are 14-17 connected medical devices for every hospital bed.
However, Ponemon reports only 51% of device makers say they follow guidance from the FDA to mitigate or reduce inherent security risks in medical devices, which creates additional security blind spots and increases the cyberattack surface for hospitals and healthcare systems.
This webinar will define the security and operational challenges associated with connected endpoints, including IoT and medical devices, and will discuss how hospitals and healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) can adopt IoT devices in order to achieve operational efficiencies, provide a better patient care experience and reduce the overall risk to patient safety.
We will discuss:
·Emerging issues and trends that are risky to healthcare IT systems and can directly affect patient safety, violate their trust and impact revenue
·How to take a holistic approach to cybersecurity management that includes clinicians,
Risk management and IT professionals
·Best practices for shoring up network security blind spots and mitigating the risk of IoT and
·Why real-time endpoint visibility and intelligence is the key to achieving an effective and
proactive cybersecurity strategy