Cybersecurity in healthcare

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It harnesses the power of the TOSC Model: Technology, Organization, Skills and Culture – a comprehensive approach covering the critical dimensions of digital implementation.

Courses in this learning path:

1. Introduction to Healthcare Cybersecurity

This course examines the specific types of cyber threats and vulnerabilities that healthcare organizations face.

 

Objectives:

• Recognize common cyber threats and vulnerabilities in healthcare.

Duration: 4 weeks

Course accredited by the College of Doctors and the Order of Medical Assistants and Midwives of Iasi.

Hybrid format: online and physical at the headquarters of the MAVIS Technological Transfer Center, str. Grigore Ghica Vodă no. 13, Nicolae Leon building, 12th floor.

 

Identified training requirements: Understanding cyber threats specific to the medical field and acquiring practical skills in implementing security measures to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of medical information.

 

Analysis of these requirements and motivation of the organization: The analysis of the requirements highlights a need in the healthcare sector for awareness and management of cyber risks, given the increasing reliance on information technologies in healthcare.

 

Expected Outcomes: After attending this course, healthcare professionals are expected to gain an understanding of cyber threats specific to healthcare and be able to identify and manage appropriate risks. By fostering a culture of security awareness, the desired outcomes include strengthening a proactive attitude towards cyber security and increasing the ability to react to potential incidents.

 

Educational objectives: Familiarizing participants with cyber threats specific to the medical industry, training practical skills in implementing security measures and promoting a culture of security awareness among medical personnel.

Date held:

Doctors: 25 April 2024, 12.00 – 19.00
Nurses and midwives: 24 April 2024, 12.00 – 19.00

Course accredited by the College of Doctors and the Order of Medical Assistants and Midwives of Iasi.

Hybrid format: online and physical at the headquarters of the MAVIS Technological Transfer Center, str. Grigore Ghica Vodă no. 13, Nicolae Leon building, 12th floor.

Identified training requirements: The need for doctors to constantly update their knowledge in the context of technological development and the evolution of the health system.

 

The analysis of these requirements and the motivation of the organization: It derives from the need to align the staff of public health institutions to the new technologies and digital practices.

 

Expected results: Participants will be prepared to manage and contribute to digital transformation in public health institutions, bringing significant benefits to both professionals and patients

 

Educational objectives: Familiarize participants with key concepts of digital transformation, develop skills to implement digital technologies in medical practice, and understand the impact on improving medical services and patient outcomes.

Date held:

Doctors: 16 May 2024, 12.00 – 19.00
Assistants and midwives: 15 May 2024, 12.00 – 19.00

This course covers the basic IT infrastructure commonly found in healthcare settings, such as electronic health records (EHR), medical devices, and telemedicine platforms.

 

Objectives:

• Understanding the key components of IT infrastructure in healthcare environments.

Duration: 4 weeks

Provides an overview of various digital healthcare technologies, including EHR, telemedicine, artificial intelligence, and healthcare IoT.

 

Objectives:

• Understanding of the main digital health technologies and their applications in the field of health.

Duration: 8 weeks

This course provides an in-depth look at how to implement various cybersecurity measures to protect healthcare IT infrastructure.

 

Objectives:

• Understand and apply various cybersecurity measures in healthcare environments.

Duration: 8 weeks

This course covers laws and regulations concerning data privacy in healthcare, such as HIPAA, GDPR, etc.

 

Objectives:

• Understand the legal requirements for data privacy in healthcare and how to ensure compliance.

Duration: 4 weeks

This course explains how to respond to cybersecurity incidents and implement a disaster recovery plan.

 

Objectives:

• Develop and execute a cybersecurity incident response and disaster recovery plan.

Duration: 8 weeks

This course presents real-world case studies of healthcare cybersecurity incidents, allowing learners to understand the practical applications of their knowledge.

 

Objectives:

• Learn from real-world examples and understand how to apply cybersecurity knowledge in healthcare environments.

Duration: 4 weeks

This capstone project allows learners to apply their knowledge in a practical setting by requiring them to develop a comprehensive cybersecurity plan for a healthcare organization.

 

Objectives:

• Demonstrate the ability to develop a comprehensive cybersecurity plan for a healthcare organization.

Duration: 8 weeks

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