Key Components of #HealthIT Strategy and Disaster Recovery – #HITsm Chat Topic

Posted on January 24, 2017 I Written By

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We’re excited to share the topic and questions for this week’s #HITsm chat happening Friday, 1/27 at Noon ET (9 AM PT). This week’s chat will be hosted by Bill Esslinger (@billesslinger) from @FogoDataCenters on the topic of “Key Components of Health IT Strategy and Disaster Recovery“.

Medical records are worth more on the Black Market than credit cards. The value is greater because a medical record contains multiple credentials that can be used by hackers more than once or twice. A medical record contains not only a social security number but additional qualifying information, allowing thieves to penetrate layers of data, and conduct multiple acts of fraud before the data is even missing.

As healthcare organizations embark on the improved use of data sets, from analytics to precision medicine and value based care, Cybersecurity rises to the number one concern for CIO’s.

How secure is your cloud based data strategy?

Consideration must be given to the different models of service

With each delivery model: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS), comes a new set of requirements and responsibilities. The key considerations for deployment and ongoing data management include on-demand 24/7 access to critical healthcare information, support for big data and small data sets, traceability, HIPAA compliance and a thorough understanding of the healthcare environment from both a security and a legal perspective.

Join us as we discuss Key Components of #HealthIT Strategy and Disaster Recovery during the January 27th #HITsm chat.

T1: How can we prepare for the unexpected in data security? #HITsm

T2: Are we making Cybersecurity a priority in risk management? #HITsm

T3: Is Your Prevention Strategy Scalable for a Ransomware Attack? #HITsm

T4: What are the top threats regarding healthcare data today? #HITsm

T5: What Service Levels are Necessary for Redundancy in Data, Power, Cooling, and Connectivity? #HITsm

Bonus: Do you worry about the security of your health information? Why or why not? #HITsm

About Fogo Data Centers
Fogo Data Centers are SSAE16, SOCII, and HIPAA compliant as well as PCI compliant. Each site provides redundancies across all support systems. Our centers of excellence provide flexible and scalable solutions to protect your critical data and applications. Colocation at a Fogo Data Centers can ease the cost of building your own facility and maintaining your own on-site dedicated servers. Properties feature full perimeter fencing with an electric gate requiring keycard access and audio/video check-in.

Our hashtag is #KnowYourCloud. We stand ready 24/7, with years of experience, integrity and legal know-how, to protect data and securely manage your cloud strategy. In the event of a disaster or incident the Fogo team can have your facility back-up and running within hours. Call us today or take a look at our facility page to learn more.

Here’s a look at the upcoming #HITsm chat schedule:

2/3 – Healthcare Robots!
Hosted by Mr RIMP (@MrRimp, Robot-In-My-Pocket), mascot of the first ever #HIMSS17 Innovation Makerspace! (Booth 7785) (with assistance from @wareflo)

2/10 – Maximizing Your HIMSS17 Experience – Whether Attending Physically or Virtually
Hosted by Steve Sisko (@HITConfGuy and @shimcode)

2/17 – Enough talk, lets #GSD (Get Stuff Done)
Hosted by Burt Rosen (@burtrosen) from @healthsparq

2/24 – HIMSSanity Recovery Chat
With #HIMSS17 happening the week of this chat, we’ll take the week off from a formal chat. However, we encourage people that attended HIMSS or watched HIMSS remotely to share a “Tweetstorm” that tells a #HIMSS17 story, shares insights about a topic, rants on a topic of interest, or shows gratitude. Plus, it will be fun to test out a new form of tweetstorm Twitter chat. We’ll post more details as we get closer.

We look forward to learning from the #HITsm community! As always let us know if you have ideas for how to make #HITsm better.

If you’re searching for the latest #HITsm chat, you can always find the latest #HITsm chat and schedule of chats here.