H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, March 24, 2020

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we take an in-depth look at telework. As the spread of COVID-19 has led to social distancing and other policies meant to curb infection rates, many industries are turning to telework to continue operations to the maximum extent possible. Below we outline some of the general challenges of this transition, as well as some specific difficulties the healthcare sector faces in adopting both telework and telehealth. And speaking of which, we start with an announcement from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on their new telehealth initiative. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare.

In this edition:

  • NIST NCCoE’s “Securing Telehealth Remote Patient Monitoring Ecosystem” Project
  • The Telework Transition

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