- 10,000 attendees and over 450 private & public companies attend JPM week.
- Digital health startup Redox threw a packed social mixer in SoMa on Tuesday.
- Mizan Rahman is hoping 2018 will be the year of total security in digital health.
The 36th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference went down last week in our backyard of San Francisco.
Otherwise known as JPM Week, it’s an opportune time to get out and network amongst our peers in the Health Care industry.
Mizan Rahman: Biggest Concern for Digital Health in 2018
On Tuesday we attended the Redox social mixer at Uno Dos Tacos in the SoMa district.
While there, I got a chance to catchup with RightPatient CEO Mizan Rahman.
Here’s the transcript from our conversation:
Mizan Rahman: I think in 2018, the biggest concern everybody needs to pay attention to is securing everything. Our communication need to be secure and our access need to be secure. I mean you know that nowadays anybody can walk in and pretend to be someone and can walk out with your medical record from hospitals. That’s the problem we are talking about.
So I think in 2018, it has to be a complete lockdown from you know, intrusion prevention, from our email security, from portal security, our app security, even the physical security.
If a patient walks in, we really need to know who the hell this guy is. He can pretend to be anybody else and walk out with the data. So I think 2018 is the year of total security.
Hoala Greevy: Sounds great!
RightPatient offers an innovative and comprehensive patient identification solution. It increases patient safety, reduces costs, improves the quality of care, and enhances the patient experience.