5 steps to get a handle on your practice’s cyber vulnerability

A staggering 83 percent of physicians recently told AMA researchers that their practices have experienced a cyber attack of some type. The 1,300 physicians surveyed also said not enough cybersecurity support is coming from the government that will hold them accountable for a patient information breach.

But concise, actionable advice is available to help medical practices uncertain how to proceed with a task fundamental to protecting patient confidentiality and meeting government requirements—a security risk analysis.

Read about the five steps in which doctors can prevent cyber attacks on their practice on AMA Association Blog.

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