There is now a perfect storm of ubiquitous Health IT adoption and expansive needs for interoperable health information that necessitates attention on meeting Information Blocking requirements. The HHS OIG and ONC are treating this as a top enforcement priority. Read our key takeaways and learn more about compliance strategies to avoid violations.
Data breaches in healthcare are increasing at an alarming rate and must be considered inevitable, but you can limit your exposure to regulatory risk when one occurs.
CCPA regulations are enforced through administrative actions and fines. The agency has the authority to make grants from money collected via fines.
Illinois’ BIPA is a model for upcoming biometric legislation; we expect 20% of states will have biometric privacy laws by 2024.
The most recent Health IT vendor to settle with the government is a direct result of the DOJ’s new Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative.
Quandary Peak’s review of FDA’s final guidance leads us to believe we could see meaningful expansion of the amount of CDSS qualifying as a medical device, which could subject many current and future CDS software applications to FDA oversight.
Google is the subject of not one, not two, but three antitrust lawsuits as part of a broader reckoning of technology companies’ power to shape the modern world.
Consistent with political divides in the U.S., the two presidential candidates agree on very little. The subject of how to regulate Technology companies is no exception.
On June 30, major advertisers announced a boycott of advertising through Facebook. Will it work?
The notion that data is the property of consumers—and not businesses that collect it—is a relatively new (but impactful) premise. Until national legislation is introduced, California’s CCPA looks to be the standard-setter across the US for the time being.