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Hospital patients are still interested in chaplain services, even as fewer people identify as religious, plus more healthcare headlines.
ONC funding was reduced 37% under Trump's proposed budget, but cybersecurity got an $18 million increase and $1.2 billion was reserved for the VA's EHR upgrade.
Decatur County General Hospital's EHR vendor, CPSI, notified the hospital about an attack in November involving cryptocurrency software.
A Penn State University team will build a research "collaboratory"to take advantage of big data to improve population health.
Texas hospitals' response to Hurricane Harvey reveals lessons that can help providers better prepare for wide-scale disasters.
OCR's acting deputy director of health information privacy Iliana Peters has left the agency, joining the healthcare team at D.C. law firm Polsinelli.
Aetna is suing a company that it says should bear the brunt of the blame for sending letters to thousands of individuals revealing their HIV status.
Partners HealthCare is alerting 2,600 patients their information may have been compromised during a malware attack in May of last year.
The number of patient records affected by data breaches in 2017 dropped 80%, but analysts say hackers may be gearing up for a resurgence.
The largest dialysis provider in the country has agreed to pay a $3.5 million fine for five separate breaches in 2012 that compromised data for 521 patients.