Ground telehealth applications in security -- now

June 24, 2020

Telehealth applications have played a significant role during the pandemic, providing ways for healthcare providers to care for patients at home. But they have also raised a new round of privacy concerns.

David Finn, Executive Vice President at CynergisTek, contributes this article, where he discusses the recent exposure of recorded patient consultations by Babylon Health. The breach underscores the need for healthcare systems to exercise caution when using telehealth applications and to ask the right questions to make sure a platform is secure and able to protect patient data.

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