The shift to more digital healthcare environments means that health IT disaster recovery planning is even more critical than it was in the past. Not long ago, Health Management Technology had an article that does a nice job of taking readers through the planning process; including identifying critical systems applications and prioritizing those for order of restoration... in advance.
A good resource focusing on the front end, from the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, covers issues of cybersecurity and continuity of operations planning for IT disaster events. It does a nice job of reviewing risk assessments, identifying potential points of entry (including those implantable medical devices) and addressing mobile device risks.
The Department of Homeland Security is offering to conduct onsite Cyber Resilience Reviews (CRRs) of hospitals and details are outlined in a fact_Sheet and list of FAQs. If you are in California and want additional information, call the Cal EMA in the Office of Infrastructure Protection at 916 845-8893.
Just in case you are wondering my best practices for today are in green!