AHA releases cybersecurity resource for hospital boards

The American Hospital Association has issued a new guide reviewing the role of hospital and health system boards in cybersecurity risk management and response.

Hospitals are increasingly using and relying on IT and digital systems, necessitating a need for heightened cybersecurity plans and protocols.

The new resources offer AHA members questions boards should ask hospital leaders regarding cybersecurity, such as whether the hospital has a comprehensive cybersecurity plan and what type of incident requires board notification.

Click here to access the new cybersecurity guide as well as other related resources.

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