Two lawmakers are urging their colleagues to pass a bill that would require all Medicare providers to prescribe controlled substances electronically.
As it turns to data analytics in a bid to better serve its customers, Anthem is borrowing insights from the retail industry.
A Missouri state audit found a small hospital received more than $90 million in payouts for lab work and treatments that occurred at other facilities across…
More than 2,000 data breaches have been reported to HHS since 2009, thanks to a boost in reporting over the last several years.
A recent appellate court decision allowing a data breach lawsuit to move forward against CareFirst could increase liability for insurers.
Healthcare providers that have a dedicated information security executive are more likely to adopt a holistic approach to privacy and security.
With a growing number of connected medical devices and a lack of cybersecurity resources in healthcare, experts warn the next attack will lead to patient harm.
In 2018, large U.S. employers expect healthcare benefits costs will rise 5% for the fifth consecutive year.
This year is shaping up to be one of the worst years for healthcare data breaches despite increased attention throughout the industry.
An appeals court revived a class-action lawsuit against CareFirst seeking damages tied to a 2014 data breach involving more than 1 million records.