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Cyber Risk Exposure for Long Term Care Facilities

As technology continues to advance, long term care providers, like other healthcare providers, have become increasingly driven by digital data.
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Electronic storage of residents’ medical records and the virtual delivery of care have made it imperative for management to protect sensitive data. The challenge is that many nursing homes and other senior or assisted living facilities (collectively “Long Term Care providers”) may not have a response plan in place to shield themselves and their patients/residents in the event of a cyber attack. Resultant potential for significant financial losses related to recovery and remediation could be significant.

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