CHSPSC, a Tennessee-based management company that provides IT and services to providers indirectly owned by Community Health Systems, agreed this week to settle for potential HIPAA violations.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents both challenges and opportunities for real-world data generation surrounding scale, privacy and ethics, says Nigel Hughes, scientific director RWD/RWE at Janssen Research and Development.
As many as 80% of CIOs and CISOs polled for a new report say they've experienced a breach originating with a third-party vendor in the past year, while another survey…
The data is said to include patient information release forms, driver's license copies and Social Security numbers, as first reported by BleepingComputer.
IHiS, Singapore’s national health IT agency aims to better digitally engage patients in a less transactional manner in the post pandemic era.
A German woman died after Düsseldorf University Clinic's servers were encrypted, which necessitated that she be relocated to a hospital 20 miles away.
Cyber crooks used social engineering and exploited authentication protocols in an attempt to divert payments from its Financial Services Center.
This week's top stories include a lawsuit by former Zocdoc CEO Cyrus Massoumi, a large uptick in targeted attacks against telehealth systems, and a NorthShore University HealthSystem data breach affecting 348,00…
A new study from SecurityScorecard and DarkOwl sees increased risk across application and endpoint security, IP reputation, patching cadence and network security.
The exposed information included patients' full name, date of birth, contact information, and admission and discharge dates.