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HORNE Banking Blog

How Will You Protect Your Bank Against Rising Cyber Threats?

Forrester Research recently predicted that President-elect Donald Trump would face a major cyber crisis within the first 100 days of his presidency. While we can’t yet know if that will... Continue reading

HORNE Cyber Blog

Compliance Alone Won’t Save You: The Next Attack Will Hit Harder Than the Last

This past weekend, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) was hit with a ransomware attack that left it unable to process payments for rides. The SFMTA was forced to... Continue reading

HORNE Healthcare Blog

New Bill Proposes Expanded Telehealth Services for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

Virtual healthcare is a godsend to struggling healthcare systems as they try to offer the right care in the right setting. Every day, these systems face enormous pressure to provide... Continue reading

Views on Value: Strategies to Transform Healthcare

My Hospital System is Losing Millions on Physician Practices. Is it a Death Sentence?

Recent DOJ settlements provide clear evidence of the position of qui tam relators, prosecutors, and government experts that hospital losses on physician practices are clearly targeted. For example, in U.S.... Continue reading

Beyond the Noise

Is Your Attitude Toward Work Killing Your Retirement Dreams?

Do you have a generally positive or negative impression of the word “retirement”? I ask because it dovetails nicely with a series of questions (inspired by Rick Kahler) that I use... Continue reading

In Service Blog

Compressing the Recovery Timeline

I often take the accomplishments of our team for granted when I know that faster should be possible. It’s not a dissatisfaction with our people or our systems, but an... Continue reading