‘Go Live’ is a podcast brought you by the AMIA Clinical Informatics Fellows (ACIF) which discusses the intersection of Medicine and Technology, while bringing you entertaining interviews from experts in the field.
S3E2: Part 1: Cybersecurity in Healthcare
What do physicians and hackers have in common? More than you would think.
Nathan Yung (1st year CI fellow, UC San Diego), Ammar Mandvi (1st year CI fellow, UC San Diego) and Meera Subash (2nd year CI fellow, UC San Francisco) discuss the role physicians and healthcare providers can play in preventing cybersecurity attacks and increasing awareness in their home institutions.
Interview: Meera Subash and Nathan Yung talk with Christian Dameff, MD, MS (Medical Director of Cybersecurity at UC San Diego and Emergency Medicine Physician) and discuss why cybersecurity awareness is a critical patient safety issue in healthcare and how clinicians can equip themselves with the knowledge and skills to prevent attacks in an increasingly digital world.
S3E3: Part 2: Diving Headfirst into Cybersecurity with Dennis Leber
In this episode, Bryan McConomy (2nd year CI Fellow, Regenstrief Institute) and Victor Garcia (2nd year CI Fellow, Stony Brook University) talk to Dennis Leber the CISO from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and we are joined by Meera Subash (2nd year CI fellow, UC San Francisco) for a discussion on the why and how of cybersecurity in healthcare. It is important for Informaticians to have knowledge of the risks that ransomware pose to the operations of a health system and how to be a proactive partner in cybersecurity.