Let’s face it, security risk analysis protocol and details can be confusing even after learning about it in a seminar or book. That is why we like to end our presentations about security risk analysis with these top 10 myths of security risk analysis. Take a look at some of these myths you thought may have been true.
Last week, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) released final regulations and plans that will affect Keystone IT clients who are attesting for Meaningful Use and the healthcare industry as a whole. CMS published the Meaningful Use 2015-2017 Modifications/Stage 3 Rule, and ONC released the Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap.
This September, the American Medical Association (AMA) joined with 41 medical societies to urge Congress and the administration to pause the final stages of the federal government’s Meaningful Use program. The coalition of physician groups believes that moving forward with the Meaningful Use program as it currently stands would undermine the implementation of Medicare payment reforms. The call for a delay from this coalition is just the latest in a growing number of experts who are calling for a substantive change in the implementation of Meaningful Use.