To make healthcare compliance more accessible to all, we’ve produced freely-available configuration guides for popular cloud services like Amazon RDS, Azure Cosmos DB, and Google Cloud SQL. This webinar will explain what’s in them and how to use them.
In this practical webinar, extracted from Chapters 5 and 6 of the new book, Complete Cloud Compliance, we’ll detail the steps you need to take to ensure cloud compliance.
A presentation from the second chapter of the forthcoming book, “Complete Cloud Compliance: How Regulated Industries De-risk the Cloud and Kickstart Transformation.”
Learn how Kubernetes with Datica can guarantee a continuously compliant state for deploying containerized workloads.
This webinar will walk you through the General Data Protection Regulation, the much anticipated new European Union (EU) security and privacy framework that goes into effect on the 25th of this month.
Learn how Datica enables healthcare compliance and security with our next-generation Kubernetes platform to manage healthcare compliance on top of AWS and Microsoft Azure.
Datica has achieved HITRUST certification 3 years in a row on AWS, and extends it to their customers via inheritance. Our Platform satisfies all internal stakeholders, allowing you to get your workloads onto AWS at warp speed.
In this webinar recording, you’ll learn from Darin Pederson and Bill Sims how innovation teams can leverage Datica to enable AWS and Azure.
This educational webinar will use evidence presented from a large health system customer who addressed common challenges faced when handling ePHI in the cloud.
In this session, Mark gave an overview of our history and a demonstration of how to set up Mirth on the Platform.
Co-founder, CEO & Chief Privacy Officer
Two months ago, six of the biggest tech companies in the world pledged support for FHIR to make healthcare data more interoperable and accessible.
Clinical Transformation Officer, Ocshner Health System
We didn’t begin seeing the Clinical Transformation Officer role within healthcare in wide numbers until around 2014. Possibly this is due, in part, to the multi-disciplinary domain of digital health becoming widely viewed as providing an avenue for transforming healthcare at the same time. Today’s...