Boston tragedy offers lessons on disaster preparedness

04/25/2013 | Life as a Healthcare CIO blog

The bombings at the Boston Marathon offer lessons on how organizations can better respond to disasters, writes Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center CIO Dr. John Halamka. The recent events highlight, among other things, the importance of securing remote access to all IT systems, the need to consider possible restrictions to data center access by staff and the crucial role of health information exchange, he writes.

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