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Mobile Devices Pose New Security Risks for Patients; Five Experts Share Insights on mHealth
Date:7/20/2011

www.healthepracticesolutions.com/: "In many ways, digitizing patient information can make it more secure, but only if the proper security measures are in place. As we move to introduce iPad applications that integrate with physicians' Electronic Medical Records (EMR) products, we can edit, route and capture signatures on patient forms without ever dropping them to paper. This allows physicians and their office staff to recapture valuable staff time, and it keeps paper forms with PHI, Social Security numbers and other sensitive information from floating around the clinic and potentially falling into the wrong hands."

Chad Boeckmann, president, Secure Digital Solutions, LLC, comprehensive privacy strategy, www.securedigitalsolutions.com/: "Anytime an organization extends information beyond its walls, a risk assessment should be conducted to determine the level of security controls, including monitoring of those controls. Mobile devices are a great example of extending the enterprise. Organizations need to understand the complexities of securing mobile devices, applications and the people who use them as part of a well-rounded data security and risk management program."

Rebecca Herold, Rebecca Herold & Associates, LLC, information security, privacy and compliance tools, education and consulting, www.privacyguidance.com/: "In healthcare, doctors and nurses are increasingly using mobile computing devices and storage devices as part of their care giving activities, storing goldmines of patient information on them. Because of the combination of increased business and patient data storage and entrusting mobile workers with mobile computing devices, it is vital that an effective mobile computing device and storage media security and privacy management program is in p
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