Post Medical Job

Do you have a permanent (full-time or part-time) opening for a high-quality medical specialist? Click Here to post More »

Post Your Resume Here

Are you a healthcare professional working long 12 -14 hour days, too many weekends and holidays, or traveling too far from home? Are you not home for dinner usually or not able to spend enough quality time with your family More »

About US

NSI Healthcare Recruiters is one of the most trusted and reliable recruitment and placement services available to medical professionals in the USA. NSI has been in business for over 29 years and has assisted many healthcare providers in locating and hiring qualified medical professionals. More »

Contact Us

Candidates: Because our posted healthcare jobs are filled quickly we ask that you contact us for the latest updates. Employers: Please post your job here for affordable placement service. More »

nsihealthcarerecruiter

We at nsihealthcarerecruiter.com pride ourselves on the highest quality, personalized-service that medical facilities and medical job applicants alike have come to expect from us. pride ourselves on the highest quality, personalized-service that medical facilities and medical job applicants alike have come to expect from us. More »

 

Daily Archives: 07/28/2017

How health care communicators can tackle the data-loss epidemic

One in three health care patients in the U.S. had confidential data compromised in 2015.

Careless internal mistakes—such as phishing scams and poor password security—can explode into a system-wide cyberattack that brings unwanted headlines and damages reputations.

PR pros updating their crisis plans for 2017 can use this infographic as a guide to potential minefields. Take a look; the stats are eye-opening. For example:

· Seventy percent of major health care breaches result from stolen or missing portable hardware and devices with unencrypted data. The average for other industries is 19 percent.

· The cost of cleaning up a single compromised health care record is $ 407.

· Some 112 million patient records were lost in 2015.

Collaboration with IT, HR and other stakeholders will be crucial. 

Cybersecurity_healthcare

HealthCareCommunication.com