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Summary: What Partners Need to Know Before Selling into the Healthcare Sector

- December 6, 2012 - 0 Comments

Consider the following facts:  In the US, the street value of a stolen social security or credit card number is about $1, and it can be sold for only a few days after it’s been stolen.  By comparison, a stolen medical record number has a street value of $50 and can be exploited over a much longer period of time.  HIPPA and HITECH are the US version of “privacy and security” laws that are getting so much attention in the global healthcare information technologies industry.

Hear from Brian Higgins,  Principal Healthcare Consultant at Comstor US, his perspective on regulating the privacy and security of protected health information and what that means to you, the reseller

Read the full article:  What Partners Need to Know Before Selling into the Healthcare Sector

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