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Telehealth data in the cloud
Telehealth data in the cloud

Telehealth data in the cloud

In the wake of COVID-19 Health Delivery Organizations (HDOs) are rapidly increasing their utilization of telehealth capabilities like Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and telemedicine so treat patients without leaving their home. These technology solutions allow the delivery of patient treatments, comply with the COVID-19 mitigation strategies being promulgation across the country and reduce the risk of health provider exposure. As COVID-19 progresses telehealth solutions can be used to monitor patients who have mild cases of the virus and are treated in their home. Telehealth puts large amounts of patient data over the Internet and in the cloud. These trends, in times of this global pandemic, likely will continue to grow and evolve in a post COVID environment. As the use of these capabilities increase so do the security risks. This risk makes it important to ensure that the infrastructure supporting telehealth can maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patient data. Third party vendors are using videoconferencing capabilities utilizing cloud technologies with RPM devices to remotely monitor and manage patient care. This paper will address the privacy and security concerns related to processing, storing, and transmitting patient data in the cloud for telehealth solutions.

Release Date: 06/16/2020

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