Medical Records Data Security

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Purchasing Cyber Insurance? Important Considerations from the Recent Nossaman/ UCI Cyber Symposium

On October 12, 2015, Nossaman and UC Irvine hosted a Cyber Symposium at the City Club in Los Angeles. The event included four panels of Nossaman lawyers, UCI professors, and private professionals who are experts in the areas...more

Employee Health Information: Separate and Secure

There are several reasons an employer might have employee health information, ranging from the results of a pre-employment physical to the contents of a request for FMLA leave to what’s written in a health provider’s note...more

Comment period extended for NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced that due to stakeholder feed-back, the period to submit comments for the draft guide, “Securing Electronic Health Records on Mobile Devices” has been extended...more

Jury Clears UCLA Health in Lawsuit Stemming From Improper Access to PHI by Plaintiff’s Romantic Rival

A UCLA employee and patient now has celebrity-level security on her protected health information (PHI) as maintained by the UCLA Health system, but a jury denied her the $1.25 million in emotional distress damages she sought...more

[Webinar] Beam It Up Safely: Navigating Data Privacy and Security in Telemedicine's Uncharted Territory - Sept. 17, 12:00pm EDT

Science fiction programs once imagined a future where a doctor on a spaceship could treat a patient on a distant planet using groundbreaking technology. The health care industry may not yet have made this giant leap, but...more

Proposed class action case filed against Medical Informatics Engineering

Medical Informatics Engineering, Inc., an electronic medical record service provider, recently disclosed a data breach affecting approximately 4 million individuals. Within days of the disclosure, Medical Informatics was hit...more

Getting More Personal: California Amends Data Security Law

California’s data security statute will get a little more “personal” as of January 1, thanks to a recently-passed amendment revising the definition of covered personal information. On July 14 California expanded the...more

Federal Data Breach Bill Stalled in Congress

A key distinguishing feature of U.S. data privacy laws is their patchwork nature. There are industry-specific data privacy laws at the federal level (think HIPAA or the GLBA), yet there are no comprehensive federal standards...more

Oregon Amends Data Breach Law — Companies Can Expect More Enforcement Actions

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown recently signed into law amendments to the state’s data breach law. These amendments recognize the growing definition of data, expand the role of the Attorney General in addressing data breaches,...more

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