You’ve Been Served: What Might Happen When Responding to a Subpoena
Mar12

You’ve Been Served: What Might Happen When Responding to a Subpoena

Legal consequences flow from the use or abuse of EHR. This monthly column presents examples of what those consequences can be.

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Cyber Attack Could Compromise PHI of Sony Employees

Sony employees have been notified in a letter from company management that their HIPAA-protected personal information may have been compromised as a result of a recent cyber attack.

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AMIA: HIPAA Changes Needed to Permit Researcher Access to Patient Records

A leading healthcare informatics trade group wants Congress to amend HIPAA to allow researchers to gather data from patient records without permission from the patient.

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Shining a New Light on Patient Engagement

Switch the lens and look at the patient in a new light. That was the key message delivered by Kim Murphy-Abdouch, RHIA, MPH, FACHE, clinical assistant professor at Texas State University, in her Monday presentation “Patient Access to Personal Health Information: Regulation vs. Reality.”

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