If you work in #digitalhealth it is important that you deal only in facts and validated information to retain credibility. Over the past years, months and days, we’ve all been exposed to #fakenews in one form or another. Some of it is obvious and maybe even funny. Other fake news maybe less obvious, especially ifContinue reading “Straight from the horse’s mouth – or where to go for verified information about #coronavirus or any other medical topics.”
Despite all the best will in the world and processes in places, data breaches can happen. It can be as simple as a lost USB with patient information or a more sustained hacking attempt which affects only your clinic or you as part of a wider organisation which has been maliciously attacked. Informing the supervisoryContinue reading “Lost USB? Hacked? What to do in the case of a data protection breach?”
It’s an exciting time to be in medicine, both as a professional and a patient or carer. It is in everyone’s interest in making sure that the progress in #healthtech works first time round….and keeps on working and being relevant.