Keyword: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Healthcare organizations continue to fall short with managing cybersecurity risks.
The data should be available to advance evidence-based medicine. But insufficient standards and training are holding it back.
A revision of draft guidelines issued by NIST includes a new focus on IoT devices that have flooded industries like healthcare.
Despite the risks associated with copying and pasting information into EHRs, new research shows more than 80% of the text in progress notes is carried over.
President Donald Trump's cybersecurity executive order has implications for HHS, which has been repeatedly criticized for system vulnerabilities.
NIST has released draft guidelines for healthcare systems to address cybersecurity concerns in wireless infusion pumps.
A new report from WEDI calls for a culture change to cybersecurity defense within the healthcare industry and urged providers to look beyond basic standards.
One year after the OIG identified 10 cybersecurity weaknesses within HHS, a new report repeated many of those same weaknesses.
Once again, the GAO called on the federal government to strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities with particular emphasis on EHRs and insurance marketplaces.
A recent NIST report underscored the potential safety concerns associated with copy-and-paste in EHRs, validating previous recommendations.