While data security is a top priority for IT professionals in every industry, this is especially true for those supporting healthcare organizations. Protected health information has more value on the black market than credit card numbers alone because it can be used by identity thieves to obtain pharmaceuticals and medical care.
What's the prevailing reason why the healthcare industry is slow to adopt the cloud? Fear. But the truth is, healthcare organizations—already resource-constrained—need to be continuously investing in advanced security measures to protect their PHI. Those that don’t may pay an even steeper price.
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At a recent online event hosted by Ambra Health, Dr. Jonathan Breslau, Chief, Sutter Imaging, at Sutter Health Group, Dr. Ricardo Cury, Chairman and CEO Radiology Associates of South Florida and Morris Panner CEO, Ambra Health discussed the latest innovations in image management. Dr. Jonathan Breslau is the Chief of Sutter Imaging serving the Sutter Health Sacramento Valley operating unit. Sutter Imaging performs imaging examinations, diagnostic procedures and interventional treatment across 47 outpatient centers and hospitals. Dr. Ricardo Cury, a non-invasive cardiovascular radiologist, is Chairman of Radiology at Radiology Associates of South Florida, a large multi-specialty group. He is also affiliated with Baptist Health of South Florida, a large healthcare system with 6 hospitals and several patient centers, with over 50 outpatient centers and 20+ urgent-care centers. As CEO of Ambra Health, Morris Panner works closely with some of the world’s largest hospitals and health systems, private practices, imaging centers, and health information exchanges, helping them build next-generation diagnostic imaging for higher quality, more cost-effective health care.