The Role Of Awareness And Communications In Information Security Management: A Health Care Information Systems Perspective

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Sushma Mishra
Donald J. Caputo
Gregory J. Leone
Fred G. Kohun
Peter J. Draus


Health Care Information Systems, Security, Privacy, Awareness, Communications, Electronic Medical Records, Compliance


The purpose and intent of this research study is to understand and interpret the perception of stakeholders in healthcare organizations concerning security awareness and communications. The data is analyzed using the demographic characteristics of age, gender, education, and relevant work experience in order to determine if there are any significant differences between the groups regarding the state of awareness and the communication functions in a health care environment. The statistical results are presented in tabular form with descriptive analysis applied to each of the categories. Data-based conclusions are drawn and future research directions are indicated and discussed.


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