Latest in HIPAA

Police are investigating a third party's unauthorized access of the records. By CS Staff · May 11, 2017

CardioNet, a Pa.-based wireless health services provider, became the first such company to be punished for potential HIPAA non-compliance by the HHS Office for Civil Rights. By CS Staff · April 25, 2017

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act requires all federally covered healthcare entities and associates to follow strict guidelines on the release of protected health information to law enforcement personnel and agencies. In some cases, a subpoena is required while other permissions are based on a patient's actions or statements. In the end, it is up to hospital officials and their business associates to craft patient health data policies that comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule to avoid fines from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights. By Zach Winn · February 21, 2017

The decision represents a rare outcome for HIPAA non-compliance, which is often resolved with a settlement. By CS Staff · February 02, 2017

The HIPAA settlement is the first to enforce the notification rule. By CS Staff · January 11, 2017

The data published included the names, addresses and social security numbers of 15,000 people. By CS Staff · December 29, 2016

Kanye West is the latest celebrity to have his medical record privacy violated at the hospital. By CS Staff · December 22, 2016

The settlement, which covers cyber security issues experienced by the school, also includes a corrective action plan. By CS Staff · November 29, 2016

The man was allegedly attempting to steal patient information. By CS Staff · November 04, 2016

The guidance outlined the responsibilities of cloud service providers that work with HIPAA-covered entities. By CS Staff · October 24, 2016