- Did you know if your facility’s resident data system is hacked and you don’t report it to the Department of Justice your facility will be held liable for aiding and abetting a criminal?
- Did you know that your facility is liable for security breaches for software when you self-host the software on your own network and infrastructure?
- Did you know your facility can save money, protect your resident’s data, and limit your own liability by hosting your EHR off-site of your premises?
By now, you know that Russian hackers are aiming their efforts at the healthcare industry. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is among the federal agencies that have been victimized, and many other government departments have been targeted. It is unfortunate, but true, that the hackers used updates for a network management software to breach the NIH.
Since this news made the rounds in the last week, NetSolutions’ support team has received numerous tickets related to the likelihood of a security breach with our software and your EHR solutions. We believe this is an opportune time to remind those facilities that host on-premises are responsible for protecting themselves against hackers and any security breaches
If you are ready to limit your facility’s risk, cut your internal IT costs, and protect your data, schedule a call with your account manager today to discuss your needs.
- Hackers, Hosting, EHR, and SNFs: Who’s responsible for what and when? - December 26, 2020