SPOTLIGHT: Hospitals face ID security holes

Hospitals face ID security holes
Does this happen at your hospital? According to one vendor, it's not unusual for hospitals to leave a single user logged into terminals that access sensitive medical data, including individual patient records. This happens, according to Sentillion CEO Rob Seliger, because many hospitals haven't ironed out kinks in their clinical workflow. In those instances, throwing technology into the mix doesn't improve things, it creates additional problems, he suggests. Article

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