Cybersecurity impacts all industry verticals including health care. Health care organizations need to address security in standard technology and medical devices. The Mayo Clinic has made a significant effort to reduce the risk to critical medical device infrastructure posed by cyber-attacks. During this webinar, Debra Bruemmer shares eight key practices straight from Mayo’s cybersecurity strategy that reduce organizational risk, with a focus on the role supply chain professionals can play in supporting cybersecurity efforts.
How this session relates to the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) Movement: Cost savings related to time and money will improve when electronic medical devices have a cybersecurity plan in place.
- Discuss how a medical device security program can aid in identifying vulnerable devices, assessing associated risk, and formulating an action plan.
- Describe eight practices that can be included in a medical device security program and can reduce cybersecurity risk to your medical device fleet.
- Explain how collaboration between providers and vendors is key to ensuring patient safety in a technology-dependent health care environment.
Health care supply chain leaders, IT managers, strategic sourcing directors, and purchasing managers.
- Debra Bruemmer — Senior Manager Office of Information Security, Mayo Clinic