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  • Helping Struggling Hospitals Recover from Ransomware Attacks

    Helping Struggling Hospitals Recover from Ransomware Attacks

    Fred Donovan - www.healthitsecurity.com | May 02, 2018


    ​The biggest cybersecurity issue for hospitals is response and recovery from ransomware attacks, observed Fernando Martinez, senior vice president and chief digital officer at the Texas Hospital Association and president/CEO of Texas Hospital Association Foundation. Read More
  • Battle over Affordable Care Act (ACA) shifts to the states

    Battle over Affordable Care Act (ACA) shifts to the states

    Wendell Potter - www.capjournal.com | April 27, 2018


    ​We’ve heard relatively little from Washington in recent months about the Affordable Care Act, but that doesn’t mean our elected officials have forgotten about it or that its future is certain. Republican lawmakers still say the plan forces Americans to buy health insurance they may not want or need and that many may not be able to afford. Democrats say its benefits outweigh any downside. Read More
  • Radiology residency programs should focus more on patient- and family-centered care

    Radiology residency programs should focus more on patient- and family-centered care

    Michael Walter - http://www.radiologybusiness.com | April 19, 2018


    ​It is time for radiology residents to receive proper training about patient- and family-centered care (PFCC), according to a new analysis published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. “Patients need radiologists to help navigate the technological maze of care,” wrote lead author David Sarkany, MD, MS-HPEd, with the department of radiology at Staten Island University Hospital Northwell Health, and colleagues. “Although technology has revolutionized health care, demonstrating increased diagnostic certainty and streamlined workflows, it has had an untoward effect of weakening the physician-patient relationship. It has become increasingly clear that radiologists should no longer hide in the dark. If we argue that radiologists cannot hide from patients, then what about trainees?” Read More
  • How to manage a multigenerational workforce

    How to manage a multigenerational workforce

    Jay Starkman and Alex Nadal - www.bizjournals.com | April 26, 2018


    ​With four generations currently in the labor force, there is an increased focus on how to manage multigenerational employees. Generational differences represent one of many factors that create diversity in the workplace, which is a good thing. Learning how to effectively lead and motivate distinct generations also presents opportunities for companies to not only do well, but to be more competitive. Read More
  • Three ways good ethics prevent radiologists from breaking the law

    Three ways good ethics prevent radiologists from breaking the law

    John W. Mitchell - www.dotmed.com | April 24, 2018


    ​For one radiologist with a bent for philosophy and medical humanities, this emerging trend of bad judgment indicates an educational opportunity for imaging residents and physicians nationwide. Read More