CVS Health says it has halted mailings that inadvertently made a reference to HIV visible through a window in the envelope.
A new partnership between CHIME and DirectTrust aims to put the Direct exchange framework in every hospital, insurer, pharmacy and lab in the U.S.
The FDA has approved a firmware update for Abbott-manufactured pacemakers that patches cybersecurity vulnerabilities identified a year ago.
The AHA is calling on Congress to cancel Meaningful Use Stage 3, restructure HIPAA, tone down information blocking enforcement and refocus ONC.
Cybersecurity analysts have uncovered a previously unknown strain of ransomware spread through targeted phishing emails with a malicious attachment.
Computers and smartphones have changed the way physicians communicate with patients, but industry guidelines haven't kept pace.
Aetna is facing a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of customers who claim their privacy was breached by a mailing from the insurer.
The former chief privacy officer at ONC recommends OIG investigators looking to claw back misallocated EHR incentive dollars use HIPAA as their guide.
Aetna is facing backlash after mailing letters that may have revealed some of its members’ HIV status through a window in the envelope.
CIOs have to step outside the bubble of technology experts and be prepared to lead massive change, according to one healthcare IT executive.