Healthcare organizations with strong security programs share five common elements.
A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted the controversial debate around whether or not physicians should use email to communicate with their patients, prompting discussions across the healthcare industry. One expert, Joseph Kedar, a doctor associated with Mass. General Hospital, argues that email can be a valuable tool for building rapport between doctors and their patients, and that privacy concerns should not stand in the way of establishing greater patient trust. Sam Bierstock, the founder of Champions in Healthcare, takes the opposite view, arguing that the potential security and liability risks of email are just too high.
So who is right?
To answer the question read the full article here courtesy of Health Management Technology.