HCA Healthcare secures its endpoints to ensure highest quality patient care

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HCA Healthcare believes security is essential to providing a positive patient experience. They want the patient experience to focus on getting well and staying well, not worrying about whether their personal health information is safe. The average person may not consider a security team a critical part of patient care, but Jason Barnett, Chief Information Security Officer at HCA Healthcare, says his team considers themselves healthcare workers first; they are just not at the bedside. They enable quality care by securing and protecting the very devices and systems their caregivers rely on daily with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.

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