A SANS Institute ethical hacker said that securing mobile devices requires more than just throwing money at the problem. Rather, it necessitates a "fundamental belief" that an organization wants to protect its health information.
Credentials, licensure, and a whole host of mission-centric skills that civilians don't always have access to make returning service people invaluable employees across many industries, not the least of which includes doctors and health information technology workers.
As industries of all types recognize the importance of data, a new role is emerging in healthcare to harness that information and make it integral to business strategy and execution. Seattle Children's Eugene Kolker is one such Chief Data Officer.
What was once thought to be a Hail Mary attempt by Affordable Care Act opponents is now starting to look like a clear pass. The Obama Administration should be worried about what happens if it's caught.
Looking to clear up confusion about the future of ONC, national coordinator Karen DeSalvo, MD on Tuesday morning said that the office's work continues to be critical to both the federal government and American citizens.