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March 7, 2012  12:22 PM

The Patient’s Bill of Rights under the HIPAA privacy rule



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
HIPAA privacy rule, Patient's Bill of Rights, PHI, webcast

Patients have always had, among other rights, the right to access their protected health information (PHI) under HIPAA's privacy...

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September 1, 2011  12:13 PM

What a difference a year makes: Onsite at VM World 2011



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Cloud computing, Data servers, PHI, virtualization, VM World, VM World 2011

Guest post by: Ed Gaudet, Chief Marketing Officer, Imprivata We are more than halfway through VMworld 2011 and it is abundantly clear that health care is beginning to embrace desktop virtualization at a fast clip.  Despite hurricane Irene's impact on the east coast, nearly 1,000 health...


March 7, 2011  2:26 PM

Risk of data breach: Tips for mitigating risk now that the threat has shifted from external to internal



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Data privacy, Data security, HIPAA, HITECH, PHI, Risk assessment

Guest Post:  Jay Hill, Director of Product Management and Marketing, Informatica Your computer network is protected by a firewall including endpoint protection against malware and other types of attacks. Antivirus software is in place to prevent and detect...


November 18, 2010  1:48 PM

Who’s Waldo? Examining the impact of EHR integration on patient identity resolution



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
EHR integration, Patient identity resolution, PHI, Protected health information

Who is Waldo? Watch and learn the unforeseen impact of finding out! Waldo is a health care end user and patient. In the context of a systemic electronic health record (EHR) and data exchange initiative, managing Waldo's identity directly impacts major business processes associated with client...


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