Maybe HIPAA Protected You From WannaCry
The federal health information security rules are annoying, but so is ransomware.
Google's AI Brains Need to Work on Their Bedside Manner
Other countries may have to come up with their own versions of the U.S. health data privacy and security rules.
Subcontracting complicates Summit Re ransomware outreach
Officials fear consumers will throw out the stop-loss advisor's warning notices.
Carrier pays $1 million to settle health data security claims
Officials say two laptops stolen from the insurer's office were protected only by passwords.
Patients rank health information trades
West Monroe Partners says insurers need well-designed incentives to overcome mistrust.
States ratify Anthem cyber attack settlement
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has approvals from 18 states, including California and Indiana.
Regulators closer to replacing 1985 cancer claim tables
The move could help cut prices, boost sales, by lowering reserve requirements.
HHS cracks down on health care privacy violations under HIPAA
A lawyer says the uptick in HIPAA compliance enforcement may continue into the Trump era.
LTC providers wrestle with data security nightmares
Analysts from CNA Financial find one hacking claim led to a $10 million liability insurance payment.
Cloud managers can park health data overseas, feds say
HHS says hospitals, insurers and brokers are responsible for deciding how to vet data services vendors.