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News Day – The Election

November 3, 2020

News Day – The Election

November 3, 2020: Bill and Drex get political. There’s no doubt that COVID has played a major role in how voters will decide in this election. What will health IT look like if Trump is re-elected? What pathway lays ahead if Biden wins? Why is it more stressful to have political conversations with people you disagree with than in previous election years? Can we look past the political division and dig deeper into the human psyche? Security is also on the table today. Cybercriminals are targeting hospitals during the pandemic because of their vulnerability. And unfortunately smaller health systems don’t have enough resources to put together an adequate response plan. What other options do they have? Where can they go for help? 

Key Points:

  • You’ve got to have a risk conversation [00:11:55] 
  • Do you have the capabilities in your cybersecurity team to try to figure out how to help them? [00:16:45]
  • Let's talk about the election [00:18:05] 
  • What does Health IT look like with 4 more years of a Trump presidency? [00:21:45] 
  • HHS unveils new 2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan [00:23:00] 
  • Get comfortable with your uncomfortableness. It makes you a better leader, a stronger thinker and a more agile problem solver [00:39:15] 

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