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Megan Williams

Megan Williams

Megan’s background in healthcare tech and IT is rooted in the hospital revenue cycle space. She managed IT for a HIPAA-compliant remote office where, in addition to her revenue cycle duties, she was responsible for network maintenance, employee training, hardware and software upgrades, and coordination with corporate IT leadership. Her 10 years in revenue cycle SaaS include work with developers, implementation processes, EHR data, and a range of experience across multiple patient and payment data platforms. She has a degree in health administration, an MBA, and now works as a content strategist, freelance business writer, and industry observer in the world of B2B healthcare tech, focusing mainly on revenue cycle, cybersecurity, mHealth, and healthcare SaaS. She believes healthcare business content doesn’t have to be boring and prides herself on creating readable, informative content for healthcare professionals and leaders.

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  • ARTICLES FROM MEGAN WILLIAMS

Productivity

July 12, 2018 | 5 minute read

IoMT cyber risk management starts with smart endpoint security

Cyber risk management in healthcare has gotten incredibly complex, especially considering the impact of the IoMT. Here's how to stay secure.

Productivity

May 22, 2018 | 4 minute read

Move your IT strategy past alarm fatigue

Alarm fatigue might be killing your IT strategy from the inside out. Learn how you can respond to today's threats and tomorrow's cybersecurity concerns.

Innovation

May 16, 2018 | 6 minute read

Healthcare technology finds its legs in 2018

Take a look at the emerging healthcare technology trends shaping the future of the industry, including AI, EHR improvements, digital health, and more.

Security

March 6, 2018 | 5 minute read

HIMSS18: Keep a steady pulse on healthcare IT

Healthcare IT pros are gearing up for HIMSS18, and with this year's event size, it's worth zeroing in on a few select focus areas.