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The Joint Commission is kicking off a new voluntary certification program for hospitals and critical access hospitals’ responsible use of health data. The effort aims to help address growing privacy concerns over the secondary use of patient data by third parties for artificial intelligence initiatives, algorithms, medical discovery and other activities. The U.S. healthcare quality […]

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday released a sweeping strategy document outlining how the Biden administration proposes to nudge the healthcare sector into improving its often poor cybersecurity. The strategy includes updating the HIPAA Security Rule in the next year, establishing new cybersecurity requirements for hospitals participating in Medicare and Medicaid […]

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The Federal Trade Commission in an amended lawsuit complaint unsealed Friday detailed how Idaho-based data broker Kochava allegedly violated federal law by collecting and disclosing to third parties “enormous” amounts of geolocation and other sensitive information about consumers. The 33-page amended complaint unsealed by an Idaho federal court in the FTC’s ongoing data privacy dispute […]

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