Jessica Davis is Associate Editor of Healthcare IT News.
By Jessica Davis 12:24 pm August 22, 2017
The state’s Human Services department migrated its legacy eligibility systems to a modernized network in 2014, but the Inspector General’s office found flaws caused by insufficient controls.
By Jessica Davis 12:10 pm August 21, 2017
Hackers spent one month on the servers of The Institute for Women’s Health, stealing both financial and personal health data.
By Jessica Davis 03:28 pm August 18, 2017
However, one insider breach took a staggering 14 years to be detected, according to the latest Protenus Breach Barometer.
By Jessica Davis 02:49 pm August 17, 2017
But while Congress proposed taking ONC’s budget down to $38 million, the FDA would get $500 million budget increase if passed.
By Jessica Davis 03:56 pm August 16, 2017
While telehealth is touted as a way to reduce care costs and doctor’s visits, a study from the University of Wisconsin revealed telemedicine may be falling short in other areas.
By Jessica Davis 04:22 pm August 15, 2017
The president’s initial response to the alt-right’s violent protest led executives from Under Armour, AAM and Merck to leave the group as well.
By Jessica Davis 02:30 pm August 15, 2017
Cloud hosting and server management provider notified Alabama’s Surgical Dermatology Group that a hacker had access to its server from March 23 until about May 1.
By Jessica Davis 11:48 am August 14, 2017
Pacific Alliance Medical Center’s servers were hit by a ransomware attack in June, and officials said the investigation couldn’t rule out whether 266,123 patient records were accessed.
By Jessica Davis 02:32 pm August 11, 2017
The insurance company settled with 33 states for failing to patch a vulnerability that allowed a hacker to gain access to its system.
By Jessica Davis 11:56 am August 11, 2017
The company - founded by biotech mogul Patrick Soon-Shiong - said the layoffs and other recent business dealings will save the company $70 million a year.