TechnologyNew York AG, EyeMed settle 2020 Data Breach Investigation
The Cincinnati-based eye benefits company has agreed to pay $600,000 and enhance several privacy and security protocols following a data...
TechnologyWhy 2022 Could Be the Year of Zero Trust in Healthcare
Network segmentation, strong authentication, and detecting unusual network behavior can slow attackers already inside your network
TechnologyWhen the Eye on Older Patients Is a Camera
New monitoring technology is helping family caregivers manage the relentless task of looking out for older adults with cognitive decline.
StrategyTrump's Mar-a-Lago Buddies Tried to Get the VA to Sell Access to Veterans' Medical Records
A congressional investigation prompted by ProPublica's reporting found Trump's "Mar-a-Lago crowd," wealthy civilians with no U.S. government or military experience.
PayerThe Threat and Potential of Quantum Computing for Healthcare
"If I was a payer right now, security and ransomware would be keeping me up at night," says one HIPAA...
PayerBig Data and Privacy Stay in the Headlines as Stakeholders Up the Ante on COVID Mandates
"Some of the findings may sound crazy, but in 2021, it's not far from reality in the insurance industry," says...
Covid-19New Montana Law Sows Confusion, Defiance Over School Quarantines
The law says businesses and governmental entities can't treat people differently based on vaccination status.
TechnologyApple Aims to Push More Patient Data to Doctors. But Who Can Gauge Its Impact on Health?
While some doctors appreciate seeing records of home-monitored blood pressure, exercise and the like between visits, for others the data...
Covid-19A Quarter of US Hospitals, and Counting, Demand Workers Get Vaccinated. But Not Here.
At least seven states have enacted laws to prevent COVID vaccine mandates or so-called vaccine passports that would provide proof...
Covid-19A California Bill Would Limit Protests at Vaccination Sites. Does It Violate the First Amendment?
The measure was introduced after protesters briefly shut down a mass vaccination clinic at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium in January.
Human ResourcesDisgruntled Employees and New Privacy Regulations—How to Mitigate Rising Risks
Organizations that want to future-proof their business should consider going the extra mile by building a 'culture of privacy.'
Clinical CareQ&A: Shredding Documents After Scanning
Mary D. Brandt, MBA, RHIA, CHE, CHPS, a healthcare consultant specializing in healthcare regulatory compliance and operations improvement, answers when...