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An A-Team for the Healthcare IT C-Suite

April 9, 2015

Hi it’s me again at RES Software. As part of our ramp-up for HiMSS 2015 we just released a new infographic. Here’s the gist: secure, compliant management of healthcare and patient information is a must. But healthcare systems also need to ensure accessibility and ease-of-use for clinicians. Otherwise, you’ll impede patient/clinician « Read More

Preemptive and Responsive Security with RES Software

April 8, 2015

“The condition of any control is unknown until a violation is attempted.” – InfoSec’s Schrodinger According to the United States Government Accountability Office… “The control environment sets the tone of an organization, influencing the control consciousness of its people. It is the foundation for all other components of internal control, « Read More

Ask Ellen Video Blog Series – Technology’s Impact on Patient Care

April 6, 2015

This week’s question “Could efficient technology improve patient care and reduce costs?..Or does it increase cost?” Do you want Ellen to answer your health IT question? Send your questions to socialmedia@ressoftware.com and your question can be the next Ask Ellen video blog. Or meet Ellen in person at HiMSS 2015 in Chicago « Read More

Ask Ellen Video Blog Series – The Risks of Mobile Medicine & Telemedicine

April 3, 2015

This week’s question “Do telemedicine and mobile medicine pose a risk to security?” Do you want Ellen to answer your health IT question? Send your questions to socialmedia@ressoftware.com and your question can be the next Ask Ellen video blog. Or meet Ellen in person at HiMSS 2015 in Chicago – April 12th-16th. « Read More

Truth #3 Forget About Being Reactive, or Even Proactive. Today, IT Must Become Predictive

April 2, 2015

Think about your life today. When are your interests and actions not being anticipated and predicted by someone or some company? From online shopping recommendations, to the “you might like this” this movie suggestions and recommended news articles – customized information and services are continually being pushed to you as « Read More

Staying Ahead of the Curve with Automated Compliance

April 1, 2015

Here at RES Software, we’re ramping up for HiMSS 2015. In my previous HiMSS posts my focus has been how organizations can “stay ahead of the curve” – which is this year’s HiMSS theme. My point is that automation and user context awareness can be tremendously helpful for healthcare IT « Read More

Truth #2 Security Can’t Come at the Cost of User Enablement

March 30, 2015

I was talking with a customer the other day, an IT guy (yes, I know there are “IT gals” out there – but this one happened to be a guy), and one of his statements struck me. He said… “The world I work in today is very different from five « Read More

RES Software Nederland named a Great Place to Work 2015

March 25, 2015

We are pleased to announce that RES Software Nederland was named a Best Place to Work 2015 by Great Place to Work® Netherlands. A recognition earned directly from the feedback of RES Software employees. Every year, the highest scoring organizations are distinguished as Best Workplaces in the Netherlands. Great Place « Read More

Healthcare Consolidation: Ensuring Compliance and Streamlining IT Security

March 20, 2015

For healthcare providers, regulatory compliance for system and data access goes hand-in-hand with IT security. As we gear up for the HiMSS conference in April here at RES Software, I’m thinking a lot about these issues and how they fit in with this year’s HiMSS theme of Staying Ahead of « Read More

Truth #1 – Security Isn’t Just About Things. It’s About People

March 18, 2015

It shouldn’t come as a shock that in a recent CIO.com study on What Keeps CIOS Awake at Night, security planning is listed as the lowest priority for budget cuts in 2015. Here’s why: it seems that every time I turn on the global news, I am hearing about yet « Read More