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A proposed rule issued by the VA would change a regulation that led the agency to deny medical records requests from community providers.
Aetna has agreed to pay $17 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by people whose HIV status was revealed in a mailing from the insurer.
According to a new job posting, Amazon wants to hire a "HIPAA Compliance Lead" to help the technology giant navigate business associate agreements.
Aaron Miri of Imprivata and Valerie Grey with the New York eHealth Collaborative will join 28 others providing policy recommendations to ONC.
Two Indiana attorneys have agreed to drop state claims in a lawsuit alleging MU violations after the attorney general said the case has "little, if any…
Hancock Health officials decided to pay hackers $55,0000 to return patient files and restore clinical IT systems.
Oklahoma State University Center warned 280,000 Medicaid enrollees about a hacking incident as Hancock Regional Hospital regrouped after a ransomware attack.
A Connecticut Supreme Court ruling sets a new legal precedent in the state, allowing patients to sue providers for HIPAA violations.
The West Virginia hospital is warning 43,000 people that their information may have been compromised following the theft of an unencrypted laptop.
ONC's new chief privacy officer Kathryn Marchesini plans to target privacy issues that "didn’t previously exist or weren’t mainstream a few years ago…