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avatar Must Non-Profits Comply with HIPAA?

On almost every seminar trip, I get this question: “I’m a non-profit. Do I have to comply with HIPAA?” So now close to a decade .. read more

avatar Boston’s Hospital’s Security Breach Results in $750,000 Settlement | HIPAA

Boston’s South Shore Hospital has agreed to pay $750,000 to resolve allegations that it failed to protect the confidential health information of more than 800,000 .. read more

avatar New Risk Analysis Policy Posted in Premium Member Section

First, thanks to the Premium Member who suggested that we clearly identify new content on the Premium Member section of the website. We always welcome .. read more

avatar Kansas City Area HIPAA Breach

Several sources reporting on a recent breach in the Kansas City area appear to misunderstand HIPAA. Apparently, a former abortion doctor threw the paper records .. read more

avatar HIPAA Breach in Washington, DC.

If I don’t have a topic for a blog entry, all I apparently have to do is to wait a few days, and someone will .. read more

avatar Self-Incrimination | HIPAA Breach

The Department of Health and Human Services (“DHHS”) has reported that it has reached a settlement resulting from a covered entity’s report pursuant to the .. read more

avatar More Details of Senate Blasting of HIPAA Enforcement

In my November 14, 2011, post, I reported that the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and Law had recently held a hearing to discuss .. read more

avatar Major Breach Results in California State Court Lawsuit | HIPAA

Sutter Health of California suffered the theft of a computer containing health information on 4.2 million patients. A Sacramento law firm filed a class action .. read more

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