With the 80 million-person Anthem data breach still fresh in the minds of Americans, security remains an issue of primary concern, especially when it comes to healthcare.
In a recent Daily Press article, “Sentara links heath records to Department of Defense,” Sera-Brynn discusses the benefits and concerns around systems sharing.
“We’re an interconnected society. We want to leverage the benefits while keeping the information safe and not altered,” said Heather Engel, a cyber-security expert with Suffolk-based Sera-Brynn, and its Executive Vice President.
“With the proper precautions, the benefits of electronic records are great in reducing input error through the one-time giving of information, and in emergency situations,” Engel told the Daily Press.
Read the full article here.