Keyword: Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was hit with a $1.6 million fine for violating HIPAA privacy and security rules.
A ransomware attack hitting several computer systems at Brooklyn Hospital Center caused permanent loss of some patients' data.
A federal judge in New York today struck down the Trump administration’s so-called conscience rights rule.
DC will be the first region to test a waiver program that aims to allow states to cover more behavioral health services in Medicaid.
The University of Rochester Medical Center is paying $3 million to resolve potential HIPAA violations, one of the biggest settlements this year.
Several health IT-related bills could be in the pipeline in 2020, including cybersecurity and telehealth legislation.
An executive order could refuel the battle over whether nonphysician practitioners should practice independently without doctor supervision.
The Office for Civil Rights took action over a Florida orthopedic practice’s alleged discrimination against a patient with HIV.
At the HLTH conference, billionaire Mark Cuban discussed how he'd change healthcare in the U.S. if he were in charge.
The government just sweetened the pot for doctors working in underserved communities with $319 million for loan repayment and scholarship programs.