Quality and Safety
Although the agency did not explicitly refer to any specific brand of electronics, its news release linked to several articles about magnets in the iPhone 12.
Meanwhile, Ireland's national health service is continuing to grapple with outages of its own following a ransomware incident.
At least five healthcare providers were affected by the incident, which occurred in February.
Researchers from West Virginia University have set out to determine the optimal frequency of telehealth appointments for patients with chronic conditions.
In Wyoming, an employee accidentally uploaded COVID-19 test results to a public-facing website, while Pennsylvania faced trouble with a third-party contact-tracing vendor.
The report found that healthcare was one of the industries most affected by tracked ransomware incidents in 2020, second only to education.
In a recent blog post, Federal Trade Commission attorney Elisa Jillson offered recommendations for using artificial intelligence truthfully, fairly and equitably.
Cybersecurity roundup: U.S. agencies warn of Russian hacks, Australian hospitals struggle to get back online
And mourners remember Daniel Kaminsky, the white hat hacker and "internet security savior," who died this past week at 42.
The framework calls on the federal government to partner with other public health authorities and the private sector to ensure patient safety and security.
Officials told members of Congress this week that the agency will not start go-live activities in Columbus before sharing the results of a review.