Experts predict stricter privacy, security enforcement policies

11/9/2009 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

Health care executives should expect a stiffer enforcement of information privacy and security policies as well as a culture strain among medical groups in adapting to new demands, wrote IT experts Kenneth Kizer and Glen Day in a report. A report by Ponemon Institute had similar conclusions, stating that the "majority of IT practitioners in our study believe their organizations do not have adequate resources to protect patients' sensitive or confidential information."

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