Teaching hospitals are at greater risk for health data breaches

A recent paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine noted that academic medical centers are more likely to have data breaches than other types of healthcare facilities.

Consumer Reports highlighted the risk to the public.

Fortunately, leading teaching hospitals are improving their privacy and security posture by adopting advanced data analytics and artificial intelligence platforms to monitor all accesses in the EHR for suspicious activity.

Protenus helps Academic Medical Centers in three main ways:

  • Proactive EHR monitoring that demonstrates compliance to OCR and internal stakeholders
  • Accurate privacy violation alerts that illuminate the story behind each suspected violation.
  • Connection and networking to other cutting-edge Academic Medical Centers through the Privacy and Analytics community (PANDAS). Contact us to learn how you can be part of the PANDAS community.

 

 

6/7 at 2:00PM ET Register

Educational Webinar
June 7 at 2:00PM ET

Academic Medical Centers are different. Approaches to patient privacy should be too.

 


Bouregy-Susan.jpgSusan Bouregy, PhD
Chief HIPAA Privacy Officer
Yale University

 

GE BAI, PHD, CPA HopkinsGe Bai, PhD, CPA
Assitant Professor
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

 

Nick-Culbertson.pngNick Culbertson
COO & President, Co-Founder
Protenus

 

Reserve your seat for an educational 60-minute webinar describing:

  • Differentiating behavior between students, research, direct clinical care, and administrative workflows
  • Why big data and AI approaches are important for understanding the privacy landscape within Academic Medical Centers
  • Low-tech and high-tech recommendations to mitigate the risk associated with health data breaches