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6 Steps to Optimizing Your Security Solution

As cyber threats continue to accelerate, organizations are devoting more time and money towards solutions that can help combat them. According to Gartner, the worldwide security software market grew by almost four percent in 2015 reaching an annual spend of just over $22.1 billion, $3 billion more than spending in 2012.[1]

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HIMSS Report Reveals Top 3 Healthcare Cybersecurity Concerns

Almost one third of healthcare organizations either don’t know or can’t identify how much they spend on cybersecurity. Of those that do know, the majority are budgeting three percent or more of their budget to preventing cyber-attacks. Nearly half of the organizations don’t have Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) and two out of three lack a formal Insider Threat training program. Those are just a few of the revelations coming from the recently released 2017 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey.[1]

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Technology: The Key to DSRIP Success

A key component of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) being debated in Congress is a reduction in Medicaid spending. The ACHA aims to cut back the Medicaid enrollment expansion that resulted from the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010. Whether an eventual new health care law includes such cutback provisions, one thing is clear: controlling Medicaid costs will be an ongoing area of concentration for federal and state governments.

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DSRIP – What Is It and What Does It Mean for Patients and Providers?

Congress continues to wage the war between ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act - ACA) and TrumpCare (the American Health Care Act - AHCA) and one of the key battlegrounds concerns Medicaid spending.  The ACA dramatically expanded Medicaid enrollment while the ACHA attempts to cut it back while maintaining support for those who need it.

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