Government & Policy
The breach lasted for more than a year and resulted in the disclosure of individuals' names, Social Security numbers and other protected health information.
The prototype, jointly developed by Mvine and iProov and backed by Innovate UK, proves immunity status without disclosing the user’s identity.
The agency plans to take a "multi-pronged approach" to advancing oversight of machine learning-enabled devices – with an eye toward ensuring patient safety, algorithm transparency and real-world results.
A senior official said that the information is intended to provide a snapshot of the status of U.S. healthcare facilities as COVID-19 vaccine rollouts continue.
In lieu of a federal vaccine management system – at least for now – states have turned to their own technology for allocating and tracking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Chief security officer at Cybereason calls the breach akin to “acts of war” as EMA confirms that data stolen in December 2020 was released online.
The Office of Civil Rights continues to make good on its promise to "vigorously enforce" the right of patients to get timely access to their medical records.
Lower courts had blocked FDA in-person requirements for abortion medication last summer, finding them to be a "substantial obstacle" during the pandemic.
The rule is meant to ease undue burden for innovators and speed access to potentially lifesaving technologies.
HHS invests $8 million to address gaps in rural telehealth through the Telehealth Broadband Pilot Program
The program will be implemented in four state community locations, including in Alaska, Michigan, Texas and West Virginia.