6 ways smaller health systems are falling behind in cybersecurity: CHIME-KLAS survey

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While large healthcare organizations are successfully adopting best practices for cybersecurity, smaller health systems and hospitals are falling behind as budget constraints and a lack of qualified talent hinder progress, according to a new survey. College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and KLAS Research surveyed 647 healthcare organizations, representing 2,190 hospitals, as part of its Most Wired survey.

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