Two California Privacy Bills to Watch in 2015
June 8 2015
Posted in: Privacy
Even as Congress continues to debate passing a unified federal data breach notification law, California continues to be at the forefront of data privacy regulation. Here, we briefly discuss ...read more
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Can a Board of Medicine Use the State’s Prescription Drug Database in Investigating Physician Actions?
November 30 2014
Posted in: Privacy
And where do patients' rights stand? According to a California appellate court, the California Board of Medicine can use a patient's record from the state's controlled substances drug database ...read more
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FTC Targets a Medical Biller, Settles with Accretive Health for Privacy Violations
January 2 2014
Posted in: Privacy
Accretive Health, Inc., a company providing medical billing and revenue management services to hospitals throughout the US. Accretive "has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that its inadequate ...read more
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FTC is Hosting Three Spring Seminars Covering Emerging Consumer Privacy Issues
December 3 2013
Posted in: Privacy
Increasingly, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken a more active role in addressing data privacy and security issues involving consumer data. The FTC is also active in exploring ...read more
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