Patient engagement is crucial to all healthcare organizations. It might seem at first glance that the larger an organization is, the more hands there would be to connect with patients. Unfortunately, the opposite is often true. The resources of health systems and hospitals are stretched to the limit with the basics, leaving little time for the “extras.”
To deal with phishing, healthcare organizations should use several methods, which reduce the likelihood of phishing attacks and minimize potential damage. But the question is, how efficient are these measures and which approach should healthcare providers take to avoid compromise of sensitive data due to phishing attacks?
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By Tom Mowatt, managing director, Tools4ever
Healthcare is one of the most highly regulated industries in existence because of the sensitivity of information and data that is collected. Thus, high levels of privacy and security are expected and demanded to maintain order throughout the sector.