Cybersecurity for Healthcare Technicians
Healthcare technicians are critical for the management, accuracy, and security of patient records for healthcare facilities. They must consult with healthcare providers regularly to ensure accuracy in a patient’s medical history, diagnostic test results, prescriptions, and treatments. Lost or stolen data can have damaging consequences to healthcare facilities that can equate to loss in reputation to malpractice lawsuits.
By providing fundamental cybersecurity training for healthcare technicians, they can be better equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to secure the institution and preserve client data integrity.
CyberVista is developing a new 100% online cybersecurity training course for healthcare technicians that will be available in the coming months. If this is in alignment with your organization’s long term goals, be the first to know about its release by signing up for our product development updates.
This program is a role-based training, comprehensive course that acts as a precursor to the Critical Knowledge training program. This course covers fundamental cybersecurity concepts and skills relevant to the day-to-day management and responsibilities of healthcare technicians and related roles.
While detailed specifics will be available soon, this course will be delivered 100% online and will be available through On-Demand or Live Online delivery, with a host of other tools and resources housed within CyberVista’s online platform.
This course is designed to train Healthcare Technicians of all experience levels that are currently responsible for tasks or subject areas that are cybersecurity-related in their nature. The following job titles are also likely covered within the subject matter of this program:
- Health Information Technician
- Medical Record Technicians
- Medical Coders
- Healthcare Engineers
- Medical Health & Services Manager
Organizations participating in this offering will experience the following major benefits:
- Efficiently improve knowledge, skills, and abilities related to day-to-day auditing duties
- Mitigate immediate weaknesses across critical cybersecurity knowledge and skill areas
- Ensure security posture of healthcare institution and patient information