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SUNY’s Upstate hospital transformed its revenue cycle process and realized a $97 million benefit.
This major regional provider gained finance control to improve performance and prepare for future growth.
Don’t expect to do it in one sweep; work your way through key aspects till your plan is complete.
Transform operations through full integration of your infrastructure’s components.
It’s happened in the vast majority of hospitals, it’s likely happened in yours, and it’s very likely to happen again. Health care data is now a hacker’s treasure trove.
Breaches jumped from several victims per health care system in 2014 to Anthem’s 80 million in 2015. “Medical information theft is much more lucrative than straight-up identity theft and is, therefore, alluring to cybercriminals,” says Doug Miller, CFO at law firm Sutter O’Connell Company. “With a name, Social Security number and insurance identification number, a criminal can set up a fake doctor’s office and start pumping in claims.”
As cyberattacks become alarmingly common, protection climbs higher in strategic importance. Risk must be assessed, IT strategy aligned with business strategy, investment advocated to the board, and reputation guarded. Cybersecurity has been pushed up the corporate ladder and placed squarely on the desk of the CFO. See practical recommendations for your cybersecurity program.
Talk with one of our cybersecurity professionals about a data security plan. We can help you with the challenges of managing your patients’ privacy along with their well-being.
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