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Third-Party Risk Management: Keeping Your Healthcare Organization’s Information Safe

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Read the latest article by Intraprise Health’s CEO, Sean Friel in Security Magazine.

“As the person in charge of your healthcare organization’s information technology, one of your responsibilities is protecting patients’ and clients’ information. This can be difficult because third-party vendors with whom you contract can unwittingly jeopardize the security of that information. But you can take steps today to help prevent those problems tomorrow.

Data breaches are increasingly on the minds of every C-suite executive in healthcare. Reading about security breaches can make the mightiest execs groan at the possibility something like that could happen to their healthcare organization.”

Read more here.

Intraprise Health Launches Software Service to Battle Security Breaches in Healthcare Organizations

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BluePrint Protect™ Security Risk Management Software Manages and Automates Security

YARDLEY, Pennsylvania, August 13, 2019 – Utilizing more than a decade of expertise in security and technology for healthcare clients, Intraprise Health has created BluePrint Protect™ Security Risk Management Software.  BluePrint Protect™ was created to help organizations efficiently manage and automate their security program, starting with one of the most pressing needs for any organization, Third-Party (Security) Risk Management, or TPRM. Read More

Four Tips to Help Protect your Medical Devices

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The Challenge of Medical Devices: 

Medical devices represent significant exposure and potential vulnerability to healthcare organizations.
There are thousands of medical devices in use even in small medical operations. These devices are generally made to meet a specific use, and not often created with security at top of mind. They are also essential to keep functioning in order for health systems to operate. The volume, use, and design of medical devices combine therefore to present a unique challenge for healthcare security. Read More