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avatar New California Breach Notification Law: HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a California bill regarding breach notification, A.B. 2828, amending California Civil Code §§ 1798.29(a) and 1798.82(a) so that, .. read more

avatar Stolen Laptop Risk: HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes with Guest Commentator Brent Sadler

Jon Tomes and Alice McCart here: Our favorite HIPAA IT security guru is Brent Sadler, our guest commentator for this blog post. We needed his .. read more

avatar Are Wearable Fitness Devices Covered by HIPAA? HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

The short answer is “maybe.” But before we get into that area, let’s talk about what these fitness devices are and what they do. Many .. read more

avatar Off-Topic Blog Post: HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

Alice McCart, whom some of  you know (and often love), my vice president and editor of this blog and all of my HIPAA compliance books .. read more

avatar Illinois Joins California in Affording More Protection to Personal Information: HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

In May, the Governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner, signed amendments to the Illinois Personal Information Protection Act (“PIPA”), 815 ILCS 530/1 et seq., expanding the .. read more

avatar Include Ransomware in Your Next Risk Analysis: HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes with Guest Commentator Alice M. McCart, J.D.

Reliable backup of data is crucial to your operations. In addition to other risks, such as power spikes or outages, fire, flood, or other natural .. read more

avatar Neglect is Enough to Get One a HIPAA Civil Money Penalty! HIPAA & HITECH Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

Under the terms of a resolution agreement, Anchorage Community Mental Health Services (“ACMHS”) had to pay $150,000 as a civil money penalty settlement and integrate .. read more

avatar OCR Issues Revised Audit Protocol: HIPAA & HITECH Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes

In April 2016, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“DHHS”) Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”) issued its updated Phase 2 Audit Protocol. Its .. read more

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