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Newsday – Vaccine Logistics, Project Governance, and the Risk and Rewards of APIs

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Newsday – Vaccine Logistics, Project Governance, and the Risk and Rewards of APIs

March 8, 2021

Newsday – Vaccine Logistics, Project Governance, and the Risk and Rewards of APIs

March 8, 2021: It’s Newsday with Drex DeFord and Bill. Drex had a hip replacement. How was his patient experience? Bill is doing the show from Arizona. What’s it like traveling on a plane during Covid? Are people being stringent with their mask wearing? Does it feel safe? The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is almost upon us. How does the hacking of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine data affect public health? The demand for cybersecurity roles is through the roof. Are healthcare CIO’s willing to step into that position? Microsoft has done the hokey pokey with healthcare 3 or 4 times now. Are their new virtual care, RPM and care coordination cloud updates their best move yet? And Boston Children’s, Harvard, the CDC and Castlight have made it easy for you to find a nearby vaccination site with vaccinefinder.org. 

Key Points:

  • You don’t want to wear a mask one more day than you have to, but you don’t want to take it off one day earlier than you should [00:09:20] 
  • The US can do 3 to 4 million vaccines a day [00:10:35] 
  • Drex discusses his new role of Executive Healthcare Strategist at CrowdStrike [00:21:51] 
  • Are healthcare CIO’s willing to step into a cybersecurity role? [00:24:45] 
  • Approov hacked 30 mobile apps and found all of them to be vulnerable to API attacks. And some allowed access to electronic health records. [00:27:45]
  • Microsoft streamline the virtual experience for patients [00:37:53] 
  • Meet Sophia. Banner Health’s patient persona. [00:46:16] 

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