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Data breaches are a “when” event, not an “if” event. Health information breaches have consistently increased over the last few years due to the value that hackers see in this information.

The alarming number of breaches, paired with the rise of healthcare technology, has made breach avoidance and patient data security some of the biggest concerns for healthcare organizations. This infographic will walk you through the importance of understanding why organizations are not securing their data, some ways to begin securing it, and the benefits an organization can obtain when building a strong security posture.

Healthcare organizations face increasing risks regarding the protected health information entrusted to them by their customers. The growth in Electronic Health Records (EHRs), government regulation, technology risks, and recent efforts by state-sponsored hacking groups amplify the need for healthcare organizations to mature their information security programs.

Optimum Healthcare IT has in-depth experience helping healthcare organizations address their security and compliance needs. We offer various services, from strategy development to implementing technology and processes to minimize risks. Our clients include large healthcare systems, community hospitals, and healthcare technology providers who must ensure their information technology platforms remain secure and meet regulatory requirements.

Don’t be a victim of a security breach. Breach avoidance should be your goal. Let Optimum Healthcare IT help you today. For additional information on how we help our clients, please click here to review a recent case study about how Optimum saved a client $6M in security remediation costs and another $5-$7M in breach avoidance.

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