HHS Office for Civil Rights
After departing HHS in October, Deven McGraw has joined a Silicon Valley startup called Ciitizen.
There are several steps that groups can take to protect themselves from the internal data breaches, according to HHS.
Lucia Savage details her struggles to get a copy of her medical records and says her experience shows how federal laws don't always work as written.
A new bill calls on the VA to submit quarterly and annual reports on its implementation of a new EHR system.
The Department of Health and Human Services’ leading privacy official has left her position for the private sector.
New HIPAA guidance explains when and how healthcare providers can share a patient’s health information when the patient overdoses.
After paying a $240,000 fine for violating HIPAA, Lincare is facing a class-action lawsuit for failing to protect employee information.
More than 40% of healthcare data breaches through the first three quarters of 2017 were the result of unintended disclosures, according to a report.
More than half of data breaches in August were tied to hacking, while just over a quarter were traced back to insiders.
A new state law prohibits New York providers from charging a fee for medical records to low-income disabled residents applying for state benefits.