This post looks at the current environment for cyber attacks in hospitals and healthcare facilities, including: why hospitals are such a popular target for cybercriminals, how the impact of a cyber attack extends from patient care to building safety, and the current state of cyber attack readiness in healthcare. Cyber attack preparedness and emergency management is not only a healthcare IT issue — it also affects continuity of care and business operations.
Real-time emergency management requires real-time mobile communication and collaboration solutions. Make it easier to prepare for and respond to disruptions, emergencies and disasters with a proven system for all phases of emergency management, purpose-built for healthcare. See how LiveProcess can help you improve healthcare emergency management at every level of your organization, including health systems, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and public agencies and regional coalitions.
Learn about the emergency management planning tools and templates for hospitals and nursing facilities in LiveProcess Emergency Manager: hazard vulnerability assessment, HICS-based incident command, job action sheets, online repository for disaster response resources, master scenario lists (MSELs) and more.
Learn about the four vital pieces in the communication plan required for CMS emergency preparedness rule compliance. Ensuring continuity of healthcare services in a disaster and having a common framework for collaborative emergency response require hospitals and other healthcare facilities to have an emergency communication plan. Of all the elements of the CMS emergency preparedness rule, the communication plan may be the most important – and the most difficult.
Health Management Technology: LiveProcess streamlines emergency preparedness for Ozarks Medical Center
LiveProcess Emergency Manager enables faster communication and response times across Ozarks Medical Center’s hospital, clinics, and home healthcare providers, which serve an eight-county area across two states.
Senior living executives are reviewing their emergency response plans in the wake of record natural disasters in 2017, and many are turning to technology for help. Senior living communities are finding that software can help build, and practice, critical business continuity plans.