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Read: Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

The former employees say they were fired for inappropriately accessing ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett’s medical records, which many are denying.

Read: Rush Hospital Data Breach Exposes 45,000 Patients’ Personal Information

Rush Hospital Data Breach Exposes 45,000 Patients’ Personal Information

A data breach back in January exposed the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of thousands of patients at this Chicago hospital.

Read: Community Health System to Pay $4.5M in HIPAA Breach Lawsuit

Community Health System to Pay $4.5M in HIPAA Breach Lawsuit

Community Health System agreed to the settlement following a data breach in 2014 that compromised millions of patient’s information.

Read: Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Here are some of the most serious cyber attacks from 2018, as well as ways to protect yourself and your organization.

Read: Pagosa Springs Medical Center Pays $111,400 for HIPAA Violations

Pagosa Springs Medical Center Pays $111,400 for HIPAA Violations

PSMC failed to terminate a former employee’s access to the hospital’s web-based scheduling calendar.

Read: Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Don’t have time to read the 180-page Federal Commission on School Safety final report? Here’s what’s important for school security professionals to know.

Read: Women in Michigan Now Have Access to Online Patient Support

Women in Michigan Now Have Access to Online Patient Support

Women’s Excellence offers easy and convenient customer service through online live chat so patients can schedule appointments, ask questions, and more.

Read: Telemedicine: A Prescription for Campus Mental Health Services?

Telemedicine: A Prescription for Campus Mental Health Services?

Treatments provided over the Internet could be the solution to meeting the increased need for mental health services on college campuses.

Read: Anthem, Inc. Pays Office for Civil Rights $16M in HIPAA Settlement

Anthem, Inc. Pays Office for Civil Rights $16M in HIPAA Settlement

The company settled potential HIPAA violations after a series of cyber attacks led to the largest U.S. health data breach in history.

Read: Suicide Risk Assessment Solution Launched in 11 Montana Hospitals

Suicide Risk Assessment Solution Launched in 11 Montana Hospitals

Critical access hospitals in Montana are now able to screen every adult patient entering their emergency departments with a single standardized assessment.

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