Delap's Healthcare Team has identified four articles healthcare organizations should read for 2020. These are resources for you in your role as a professional in the healthcare industry. Don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions about the articles or other matters with which we can assist you.

1. More Than 70% of Hospital Data Breaches Include Sensitive Info
A study by researchers from Michigan State University and Johns Hopkins University found that over 70% of healthcare company data breaches include sensitive demographic or financial information that could be used for fraud or identity theft.

2. Healthcare Entity Employee Steals $1 Million
An Idaho woman was indicted by a federal grand jury and is accused of stealing $1 million over the last 14 years, including from the Festival of Trees fundraiser.

3. Benefits of the Coordinated Care Model
Researchers from Oregon State University think Oregon's system of coordinated care organizations could provide lessons to other states.

4. Healthcare Data Breaches Will Cost Industry $4 Billion by Year's End
Healthcare providers are the most targeted organizations for industry security breaches. 2020 could be even worse.

Cybersecurity risk remains a hot topic within the healthcare industry. Delap has an cybersecurity team that is happy to evaluate your risk and recommend solutions for you.