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NJSPL – Growing Cybersecurity Concerns for Telehealth Services

Healthcare organizations are increasingly vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches, which put patients’ safety, privacy, and financial stability at risk. Statistics have shown that from 2014 to 2022, 14,655 data breaches were reported in the United States, out of which the healthcare industry faced 4,959 breaches, the most by any industry.

NJSPL – Satisfaction with Telehealth Among Adults with Chronic Disease

Chronic diseases are the leading causes of disability and death in the U.S., and often result in increased health burdens and high expenditures. With the increasing prevalence of chronic disease and its associated costs, it is important to understand how telehealth can alleviate barriers to care and improve outcomes for those with chronic illnesses.

NJSPL – Telehealth May Worsen Physician Burnout: How to Avoid It

While there are many potential benefits to be found with telehealth, the burden placed on the clinical workforce must be considered carefully. A Mayo Clinic study found that approximately 62.8% of physicians showed signs of at least one manifestation of burnout in 2021 compared to 38.2% in 2020. Written by Aakanksha Deoli and Esther Martinez.

NJSPL – Telehealth for Cancer Care: Opportunities and Challenges

The use and reliance on telehealth as an alternative and/or supplement to traditional in-person health visits has increased significantly since the pandemic, with some patients indicating they benefited from the communication tool more than others.

NJSPL – Malpractice Risks with Telehealth: The Do’s and Don’ts

Telehealth has experienced a boom in use since the start of the pandemic, offering safer, more convenient, and accessible alternatives to patients seeking care. However, telehealth is not without its pitfalls—namely, misdiagnosis and data privacy risks, both which can lead to medical malpractice.

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