Keyword: HHS Office for Civil Rights
The medical group was fined for an incident in which a third-party vendor misconfigured a server, allowing patient data to be searchable online.
VA Secretary David Shulkin speaks out after being dismissed, data breach investigations heat up and medical groups back travel ban injunction.
A lawsuit will challenge the FDA’s decision to allow electronic cigarettes to go unregulated, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
Data breach inquiries from OCR and state attorneys general have increased over the last year and investigations have moved beyond informal inquiries.
Critics of a proposed rule to allow healthcare workers to refuse care based on conscience have urged others to speak out before a comment period ends.
The omnibus spending bill maintains ONC's budget at $60.4 million, providing the agency with "a few months of consistency."
Banner Health anticipates it will receive negative findings from an active OCR investigation into a June 2016 cyberattack.
Raegan McDonald-Mosley, M.D.’s professional goal: To improve reproductive health for people in need.
The Trump administration and HHS are embarking on a sweeping effort to redefine civil rights for healthcare providers.
The ‘religious rights’ division of the HHS Office for Civil Rights has received more than 300 complaints from workers.