THE CHALLENGE

Connectivity and Data Security

Today, healthcare professionals are tasked not only with protecting patient safety—but also the safety of patients’ private health information. Industry observers suggest that the average cost of a healthcare data breach is $2.2 million per incident, costing the industry $6.2 billion over two years.1 Secure data capture and transmission is growing in importance. How can organizations offer employees and patients the benefits of connected medical devices while minimizing risk? Read on to discover how securely connected devices can help healthcare professionals like you capture patient data accurately, and store and transmit it securely.

data breaches are costing the industry $6.2 billion over two years

EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

FEATURED SOLUTIONS

Connex Spot Monitor

Connex® Spot Monitor

The Connex Spot Monitor combines vital signs documentation and additional parameter collection into one streamlined workflow for acute and ambulatory care clinicians. The device connects with leading EMR providers to send vital signs data directly to the patient chart—no delays and no manual transcription errors. The Connex Spot Monitor is designed to help save time, improve accuracy and streamline workflows.


RetinaVue® Care Delivery Model

The RetinaVue Care Delivery Model is designed to make retinal exams simple and affordable for primary care settings. It consists of three key components (retinal cameras such as the RetinaVue 100 Imager, RetinaVue Network teleretinal software and professional medical services provided by RetinaVue, P.C.) that work together to help preserve vision in patients with diabetes through early detection. Integrating the RetinaVue Care Delivery Model into your practice can improve NCQA® HEDIS® value-based quality measures and risk-adjustment documentation.

RetinaVue Care Delivery Model

ELI™ 380 Resting ECG

The ELI 380 Resting ECG, with ERGO swivel and touchscreen display, is designed to make the total ECG experience more efficient. Electronic protected health information (ePHI) is secured with centralized device access controls that are integrated with LDAP or Active Directory service. Additionally, encryption both at rest and in transit protects ePHI from the ELI 380 ECG to the server.


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1 Ponemon Institute Research Report: Sixth Annual Benchmark Study on Privacy & Security of Healthcare Data. May 2016.