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Newsday – Labor shortages, Pandemic-driven innovation, and a Reflection on Cybersecurity

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Newsday – Labor shortages, Pandemic-driven innovation, and a Reflection on Cybersecurity

November 29, 2021

Newsday – Labor shortages, Pandemic-driven innovation, and a Reflection on Cybersecurity

November 29, 2021: Rick McElroy, Principal Cyber Security Strategist for VMware and Bill look at cybersecurity from the year behind us and the year forward. A subcommittee has sounded the alarm on the VA’s EHR modernization citing patient safety concerns, cybersecurity issues and the cost of the program. Bloomberg reports that the pandemic blew up old business habits and opened the path to a boom. Companies are finding new ways to match staff, tech and customer demands and U.S. productivity and profits have hit record highs. Plus the Mayo Clinic’s strategic partnership with Google will “transform healthcare”. 

Key Points:

00:00:00 – Intro

00:19:20 – The pandemic drove businesses to remote work. Productivity shot through the roof. And profits shot through the roof. 

00:24:30 – The battle for labor is going to continue and cause us to be incredibly creative going into 2022

00:27:30 – There’s been so many missteps with Big Tech in healthcare. They don’t understand healthcare but they do understand data

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