Data Privacy and Security

Balancing the Data Equation

By Matt Fisher – Who owns healthcare data? Who can access healthcare data? Who can control how healthcare data are used? Those three questions can form the basis for going into any number of directions in the discussion around healthcare data.


Access or Privacy: False Juxtaposition

By Matt Fisher – As the healthcare industry awaits a final rule on information blocking and enabling easier access to data by individuals, divisions are becoming more apparent between patients and individuals on the one hand and some portions of the healthcare industry on the other hand.


Today is National Data Privacy Day

Millions of people are unaware of and uninformed about how their personal information is being used, collected or shared in our digital society. Data Privacy Day aims to inspire dialogue and empower individuals and companies to take action.


5 Security Topics to Carry Into 2020

By Noah Dermer – As we enter a new year, many of us set out to make resolutions hoping to spark positive change. Change can be good, but in some cases, it isn’t always needed. When it comes to security and compliance, there are some topics that will stay true no matter what year it is.




Ransomware Attack Impacts 100+ Nursing Homes

By Art Gross – “Doctor, How Bad Is It?” “I’m not sure, I can’t access your medical records to tell you exactly what the prognosis is.” Recently, this is what Virtual Care Provider had to tell its clients; that the technology services that they were providing were on hacker hiatus.