The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) represents a union of patients and doctors, physicians and researchers, care and cures in the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for patients.
Sixty-eight percent of respondents to a Vanson Bourne survey report their company to be “very vulnerable” or “vulnerable” to attack. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Business Solutions regularly conducts surveys so our editorial team can better understand what topics and trends are important to our readers. We recently closed a survey for our ISV/software developer audience to help us improve our editorial coverage and shape our 2017 ISV IQ Live! conferences. Business Solutions wants to make our insights on the survey available to our ISV readers so they can see what topics their peers and competitors are most interested in, and what parts of their business ISVs are struggling with the most.
New unpublished ransomware offers decryption in exchange for infecting more targets. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Across most of healthcare’s history, care models have been heavily dictated by caregivers and government decisions. The advent of new technologies though, is changing everything. By Megan Williams, contributing writer
Nearly half of IT pros are more concerned about insider threats than external ones. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
It takes an average of 33 hours to recover from a ransomware attack. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
One-third of attacks were successful even when victims had undergone security awareness training. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
14 million Locky-laden emails are pumped out in just five hours. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Over the next year, HIT solution providers can expect to see both mHealth and value-based care cement their roles in the healthcare industry, if not become more important. Aetna though, expects the two to merge in a way that brings clinicians new perspective on their data and their patients, according to mHealth Intelligence.