(Sponsored) Mazen Sobh, regional business manager at CareStream in the Middle East, outlines the financial, technical, clinical and security benefits of cloud computing for imaging but says key advantage is patient access in various care settings.
Winston Armstrong, CISO at the San Diego Super Computer Center, and Sandeep Chandra, director of health cyber infrastructure at the same center, both tout the benefits of a hybrid cloud. But key safeguards are needed to keep it secure.
(Sponsored) - Chris Bowen, chief privacy and security officer at ClearData, and Rohit Talreja, health data governance project manager at Google Cloud, explain why data security and innovation aren't mutually exclusive.
(SPONSORED) Mark Johnston, director of global business development at Amazon Web Services, debunks myths about cloud computing.
Andrew Crabtree, Google Cloud Customer Engineer, gives a detailed presentation on the API threat landscape, security practices, and fresh tips on how to secure your API application to keep vulnerable health data secure.
Michael Nusbaum of the HIMSS Olympic Healthcare Interoperability Initiative is leading the effort to bring connected healthcare to the Olympics by leveraging international standards.
Anand Shroff, Founder and Chief Development Officer of Health Fidelity, explains the most fundamental misconception about cloud computing in regard to data security and privacy.
Adnan Hamid, Assistant CIO at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, discusses the organization's areas of focus for health IT in 2017 including cybersecurity, disaster recovery, interoperability and more.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud is at the core of Philips HealthSuite, which currently manages more than 23 petabytes of imaging study data for healthcare providers.