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Patient Privacy Protection: How to Avoid Alert Overload

How many security alerts does your healthcare organization generate? Every day? Every week? Every month? It's not unusual for healthcare organizations to have an overwhelming number of alerts to investigate but only one or two individuals to investigate the alerts. Two of the biggest culprits driving security alert volume in healthcare organizations are malicious insiders and web-based attacks. Most hospitals cannot hire dozens of investigators to examine each of these alerts. So the question becomes, what can be done? 

To keep up with the crime wave, healthcare organizations need an effective system to prioritize fraud investigation. 

The average cost of healthcare breach per record is $408 million. 

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Have traditional privacy monitoring solutions left you with little to no investigation or forensic benefits? Are you still challenged by a lack of visibility into exactly what a user sees in a patient record?

4 Ways to Protect Your Patients' Privacy

The proverbial pot of data gold. For every patient who walks in, a hospital collects the following information, at a minimum: name, phone number, address, SSN, date of birth, occupation and insurance information. It is all maintained meticulously and kept up to date. And it makes fraudsters salivate.

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