Learn practical, cost-effective and sustainable ways to position IM&T as a strategic and innovative partner
The conversation is no longer about the targets which the Government has set, NHS Informatics leaders across the country are instead focusing on how they are going to address the problems which arise as they try to achieve the tasks within the set deadlines.
Public and private organizations constantly need to drive greater efficiencies and improve the quality of patient care. IT is one of the key tools helping organizations achieve these goals. However, in times of budget constraints, doing more with a reduced budget, while improving the quality of patient care delivered is a massive challenge for IM&T Directors but one which they need to get on top of, to position IT as a strategic and innovative partner in the organisation.
As such, for organizations that recognize the need to drive greater efficiencies and improve the quality of patient care through IT, the Healthcare IT Exchange provides a platform to benchmark with an exclusive group of senior peers and solution providers capable of helping them define and successfully navigate this new territory.
Courtesy of the HealthCare IT Exchange website
Wave Systems at the HealthCare IT Exchange
Protecting Data & Devices in the NHS
Patrick King, Director of Government and Enterprise EMEA, Wave Systems Corp.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
10:50 am - 11:30 am
Join Patrick as he discusses the challenges surrounding data protection and patient privacy being experienced by the NHS including regulatory pressures, citing recent real-use incidents.
Learn how sensitive data on end-point devices can be kept secure using SED technology compared to traditional methods and what are the advantages of using Virtual Smart Card technology over physical tokens. Use case examples highlighting security, operational, financial and user benefits will be presented.