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The January 2024 edition of Healthcare Management Forum focuses on cybersecurity in healthcare. The authors provide concrete recommendations on how health leaders can combat threats such as by creating robust administrative processes, tailoring educational programs, and taking advantage of existing opportunities emerging from national networks and partnerships.
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The Guest Editor is Major Jean-François Landre, EMBA, LLM, Military Gender Advisor, Canadian Special Operations Forces Command, for the Canadian Armed Forces. Major Landre has more than twenty-five years of experience in the public and private sectors related to health resources planning and management, and delivering specialized training on care in complex operational contexts. He has also published extensively throughout his career on nurturing organizational resilience, leading during crises, and health informatics and privacy.
Join us for a webinar on January 25 (12:00 – 1:00 p.m., EST) with Terry Carlson, ITIL, and Steve Kovacic, MBA, of the Good Samaritan Society. Carlson and Kovacic will ground their discussion in a real life example and talk about how continuous cyberattacks on an organization’s information technology infrastructure can be circumvented with the establishment of a digital roadmap. They will also touch on the rising insurance expectations for continuing care operators to continuously enhance their information technology safety controls against evolving cyberterrorism. This webinar is moderated by Don Juzwishin, PhD, FCCHL, the Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Management Forum, who was previously the Director of Health Technology Assessment and Innovation at Alberta Health Services.
Read the blog by Brendan Kwolek, the Chief Information and Digital Officer for Halton Healthcare, as he builds on his article about the nature and scale of human resource shortages within the health sector. Kwolek offers practical options designed to attract and retain the right people.
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