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Barbee Mooneyhan, VP of security, IT and privacy at Woebot Health, says conversations about cybersecurity, data governance and solutions should be happening at the C-suite level.
Bogi Eliasen, director of health at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, explains how the Nordics are using unique identifiers to collate each patient's data, while balancing better between prevention and care.
Ali Youssef, a cybersecurity director at Henry Ford Health, recommends health systems assume a bad actor is already on their networks and set up tripwires to identify and address what is happening quickly before too much damage is done.
Janice Reese, advisory member of the HSCC Cybersecurity Working Group, discusses the need for legacy system transformation and to break down the data silos after mergers and acquisitions in order to deliver more personalized and secure care.
It may be easier to deploy point solutions to address cybersecurity and compliance, but Jaime Reynolds, VP, hospitals and health systems at Clearwater, recommends an asset-based risk analysis to become more resilient across the enterprise.
Maria Hassel from the Swedish eHealth Agency says she is optimistic that EHDS legislation can be enacted within 12 months, with Sweden already using health data to improve health policy decisions and innovation.
Kevin Littlefield, principal, cybersecurity at MITRE, discusses the challenges of securing remote patient monitoring devices and what needs to happen to reduce cyber risks in the home environment.
Dr Ricardo Leite, CEO of I-DAIR, explains how digital makes it possible to shift from "disease systems" to "health systems" by focusing resources (particularly a limited workforce) on things that can be fixed, thereby reducing the burden of disease.