In hospitals around the world, ICU hospital beds and ventilators are reserved for patients—regardless of age—who are in critical condition and require mechanical support to keep their bodies functioning and to fight the onset of sepsis. This condition is a complication caused by the human body’s response to infection, and it can lead to organ failure and death, accounting for 1 in 5 deaths globally.
Analyze, identify, and treat patients at risk of sepsis-associated mortality and morbidity as a result of respiratory failure. Every few years, we are faced with strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria—SARs, Ebola, MERS, H1N1, and most recently COVID-19. Are we prepared to handle this kind of pandemic as COVID-19 will not be the last one to put a strain on the healthcare system.
The unplanned and unbudgeted surge in remote workers is creating new requirements and challenges for IT management. Understanding how these changes impact the IT infrastructure and worker’s effectiveness is vital to business continuity. Goliath offers the following out-of-the box reports that can help to better document key performance indicators and activity for the remote workforce.
Data is the hottest commodity in town, particularly on the dark web. But there’s one type of file that hackers are most interested in: your medical data. Whereas a credit card number or Social Security number can net a criminal $1-$15 depending on the data type, medical records can sell for the equivalent of $60 each (in Bitcoin). What’s more, the theft of these files isn’t uncommon. Despite U.S.
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From maintaining electronic health records and generating medical reports, to carrying out robot-assisted surgeries and setting up online doctor-patient communication portals, the healthcare industry is becoming increasingly reliant on technology to effectively carry out day-to-day operations. While incorporating advanced technology assists healthcare professionals in providing better care for patients, it also increases the attack surface for cybercriminals looking to exploit sensitive data.