“Trust nothing, verify everything.” This popular definition of Zero Trust is being challenged in healthcare, as restricting the flexibility of medical device access can introduce risk and disrupt patient care. A more enlightened, healthcare-nuanced definition is needed, hence, the term “Clinical Zero Trust (CZT). CZT takes data out of the center and reinstalls the patient. It shifts the focus from individual devices to cyber physical processes (i.e. care protocols and associated workflows).
This webinar will detail what Clinical Zero Trust is and isn’t, and share a realistic, practical path that puts the patient first. Medigate, Cisco and ePlus will discuss:
- Clinical zero trust in a healthcare-specific organizational maturity context;
- Identify the correct set of foundational components;
- Describe how the journey to CZT quickly delivers more adaptable care-delivery and improved patient safety --how CZT is an enabler to patient care, not a new set of constraints;
- Medical device lifecycle management in a CZT context.