In this issue:

- America’s Aging Health Care Workforce Presents Challenges

- Using Covenants Not to Compete in the Health Care industry

- Bring Your Own Device Programs and Health Care: Too Risky to Work?

- An excerpt from: Bring Your Own Device Programs and Health Care: Too Risky to Work?

Recent workplace surveys report that as many as 87% of employees use personal electronic devices for work, raising compliance, data loss, and security risks for their employers. As a result, designing a workable “bring-your-own-device” (BYOD) program is probably overdue.

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Topics:  Bring Your Own Device, Healthcare, Healthcare Professionals, Medical Devices, Mobile Devices, Non-Compete Agreements

Published In: General Business Updates, Health Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Privacy Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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