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The Trump administration Monday finalized its “public charge” rule on immigration, and healthcare experts are warning about the negative impacts.
More than 8 million children are at risk of losing their public health coverage or SNAP benefits if the “public charge” rule is finalized.
More than 120,000 Health Alliance Plan clients' data may have been compromised in a security breach and more health IT headlines.
The errant ballistic missile alert that panicked Hawaii last year showed that emergency communications officials need to get better at social media.
The Department of Homeland Security sent a rare emergency directive to HHS to secure their DNS infrastructure and other health IT headlines.
While the Trump administration decides whether to adopt a “public charge” policy, doctors and clinics are torn over what to tell immigrant patients.
AHIP is pushing back on a proposed "public charge" rule that it says could have huge health and economic consequences.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said manufacturers must address cybersecurity from the design phase through the device’s time on the market.
Public health and economic problems would ensue if the rule is finalized and millions of children and adults disenroll, says Kaiser Family Foundation.
America's Essential Hospitals warn that the Trump administration's proposed "public charge" rule could drive up healthcare costs.