5 ways healthcare organizations can enhance their security posture; University creates online program to help bipolar patients;

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> John Glaser, CEO of the Health Services business unit of Siemens Healthcare (which will be acquired by Cerner for $1.3 billion), outlines in Hospitals & Health Networks five ways healthcare organizations can enhance their information security posture, including naming a dedicated security executive, paying attention to medical device security and following through on risk analysis. Article

> An online intervention program has been created by U.K.-based Lancaster University as part of the "Living with Bipolar" project. The program will give patients access to psychological therapy online, with services delivered through audio-visual modules, interactive worksheets and worked examples, according to an announcement from the university. Announcement

> When it comes to how health conditions are represented on Facebook, a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research conducted by researchers at the Center for Connected Health found that when searching for health terms, a large number of pages are irrelevant to the search and are for promotional purposes. The study's authors concluded that "public health interventions using Facebook will need to be designed to ensure relevant information is easy to find and with an understanding that stigma associated with some health conditions may limit users engagement." Study

Provider News

> The Department of Justice and the New York Attorney General's Office have intervened in a first-of-its kind federal False Claims Act lawsuit against Continuum Health Partners, Inc. The case alleges that the hospital system knowingly failed to refund Medicaid overpayments after identifying them. For insights on the significance of this case as Affordable Care Act enforcement unwinds, FierceHealthcare spoke to Leslie J. Levinson, J.D. during an exclusive interview. Article

Health Insurance News

> WellPoint Inc., the second-largest health insurer in the U.S., which operates Anthem and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield plans, announced that it will change its name to Anthem, Inc. to better align its corporate identity and product brands. Article

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