It is somehow comforting to know that while others are struggling with the same issues you are, there are some who seem to have a good perspective:
"Scramble is a strong word," Koelsch said. "It suggests disarray. This is more about priorities and funding. It seems that now hospitals are getting their footing. I compare it to Y2K. The bulk of preparation for Y2K happened in 1999. We knew about the threat 10 years in advance. [HIPAA] doesn't carry the same sense of urgency as Y2K did at the time. Hospitals have other priorities, like keeping people alive." From searchsecurity.com Read more here.