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Privacy Issues

Patient Portals: How to Balance Security vs. Usability

Cloud Computing on the Rise

• Risky Business

• Take Steps to Ensure Mobile Device Security

Does the Government Spy on PHI?

• The New Omnibus Rule

HIPAA’s Omnibus Rule Makes Its Mark

Thoughts on Sending Transcription Overseas

Healthcare Information: The New Terrorist Target

Mining Untapped Data

Big Year Ahead for Disclosure Management

Mobile Device Security Concerns

• To Catch a Thief

Big Data Creates Big Privacy Concerns

Random HIPAA Compliance Audits Have Arrived

• Clinic Uses Tracking Software as HIPAA Tool

• Ethical Business Practices in Transcription

Get It in Writing—BA Agreements Grow in Importance

How to Dispose of Retired PCs Properly

Mobile Devices Create HIPAA Concerns

• OCR Layin’ Down the Law on Noncompliant Providers

• Finding Holes in IT Security

• Make Privacy and Security a Year-Round Focus

• Discover the Value of Secondary EHR Data

• Keys to Effective Breach Management

• 2010’s Overlooked Noisemakers

Should HIEs Obtain Consumer Consent?

• National MPI: Why Such a Numbering System Raises Concerns

• Cell Phone Camera Use in Hospitals

• Myriad Issues Obstruct Data Sharing

Deciding on a Document Destruction Vendor

• Do Privacy Hurdles Impede Data Exchange?

• Cloud Computing: IT in the Sky

Pulling It Together — The HITECH Act & HIPAA

Keep Data Contained

Ushering in Change: ARRA Adds New Challenges to ROI Requests

Medical Identity Theft: Will the Real John Doe Please Stand Up?

The New Red Flags Rule and Healthcare Organizations

Dispose Properly of Patient Files

Prudent Data Security Practices

Is RFID Technology Too Nosy?

Navigate the E-Discovery Maze

• Striking Gold or Striking Out? Data Mining Delves Into Private Information

• Virtual Visits — The Way of the Future?

• A HIPAA Crackdown?

• Unannounced HIPAA Audits: Don’t Get Spooked

• Minding the Privacy Store

• Pulp Friction: Destroying Confidential Information

• All Tied Up — ePrescribing Restrictions

• A Tall Order — What to Do With Old Paper Records

• PHRs: Striking a Balance Between Privacy and Purpose