It is becoming more common for data breaches to be triggered through healthcare phishing attacks, which are not always easy to protect against.
- Of respondents, 63 percent say their organization uses telehealth.
- Of hospitals, 72 percent or healthy systems say they use telehealth. That number drops to 52 percent for physician groups and clinics, and 36 percent for other types of providers.
Telemedicine has grown tremendously in the past five years in some rural areas. Yet barriers remain, and only a fraction of the population has access.
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- view, download or transmit their health information to a third party;
- access their health information through the use of an API; or