Information Security

Get Serious about Health Information Security and Privacy

by Trevor Strome August 2, 2012

As I was writing an article for another publication on the topic of information security, I started thinking about my own practices regarding the accessing and use of private health information. As an analytics professional working in a healthcare organization, I am exposed to the private and health related information of many individuals as part […]

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Meaningful Use, Analytics, and Information Security Top Priorities Discussed at IHT2 Denver Summit

by Trevor Strome August 5, 2011

Summit overview As mentioned in a previous blog post, I recently attended the Institute for Health Technology Transformation (IHT2) Health IT Summit in Denver, Colorado (held July 26 & 27, 2011. During the conference, I had the opportunity to moderate two panel discussions (one focusing on healthcare analytics, the other on bringing the seemingly disconnected elements […]

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Healthcare Cyber Security – Too Important to Ignore

by Trevor Strome May 30, 2011

Cyber Security and the need to protect of vital information has recently been in the forefront of the news. Recent examples, including the hacking of Sony’s PlayStation Network and the  RSA security breach demonstrate that even well-protected networks are vulnerable to attacks of ever-increasing sophistication.  I am sure that most people consider their personal health information to […]

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