Healthcare cyberattacks mentioned in call to revive pandemic preparedness law

Healthcare cybersecurity should be essential to conversations in the country’s pandemic retort, as evidenced by the spate of cyberattacks launched against “hospital networks when they were at their most helpless,” commented Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio.

“Cybersecurity is so vitally crucial to not only preventing ransomware attacks on hospital networks and securing the safety of patients’ personal information but also to our national security,” he stated. “Nobody’s on the frontlines with that problem more than hospitals, who are combating cyber threats day-to-day.”

Professionals Weigh in on How Black Women Can Traverse the Healthcare System

Steering the healthcare system can be oppugning for anyone. It can be particularly problematic for Black women due to systemic racism and inferential bias. Because of the huge underrepresentation of Black and brown medical specialists, Black women often experience prejudice and mistreatment within the healthcare ecosystem. This leads to poor health outcomes and a lack of trust in medical specialists. However, there are ways Black women can steer the healthcare system and ensure they get the care and medicine they require.

Mayo Clinic & Atropos Health Prove How To Use AI In Healthcare

The thrill over generative AI—and AI in general—has reached the multi-trillion-dollar healthcare industry, caused by the news of ChatGPT handing the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) and the quick introduction of new healthcare-related AI applications. Bill Gates, for instance, recommends using generative AI tools for immediate diagnoses of patients. While believing that AI will inevitably misdiagnose patients, Gates asserts that the upside is worth the trouble.

The Top Medicine for Healthcare Employees: A Living Salary

California has long been at the forefront in addressing society’s most pressing issues. In the 1960s, increasing concern about the health impact of automobile emissions prompted the passage of the Clean Air Act, which launched national standards barring states from controlling vehicle emissions. But the bill had one notable immunity: California, which had already developed stricter regulations to handle air pollution.

Develop Medication Adherence: How can Healthcare Leaders Contribute

CEO of MedMinder for Forbes states, medication management is not a new problem. Almost two-thirds of American adults—above 131 million—take prescription medication. As per the National Library of Medicine, 75% of Americans have problem taking their medication as mandated.