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CHS: 1 Million Patients Affected by GoAnywhere MFT Hack

Community Health Systems Reports Data Breach in SEC Filing

Software’s ‘intangible’ nature raises insurance concerns in court ruling

A case quietly settled in the Ohio Supreme Court earlier this month contains language that could signal further trouble amid ongoing shifts in cyber insurance, particularly for healthcare providers relying on alternative insurance policies to protect the enterprise in the event of a network outage.

FBI Seizes Hive Ransomware Group’s Website

On Jan. 26, AG Garland and FBI Director Wray held a news conference regarding the seizure of the Hive ransomware group’s website—vice president of security services at Clearwater comments on the news to Healthcare Innovation

Health Entities Should Vet Risks of ChatGPT Use

Clinicians should think twice about using artificial intelligence tools as productivity boosters, healthcare attorneys warned after a Florida doctor publicized on TikTok how he had used ChatGPT to write a letter to an insurer arguing for patient coverage.

Change, Opportunities, and Threats: Our State of the Industry Survey

The January-February cover story of Healthcare Innovation offers readers a glimpse of the current landscape around value-based contracting, the leveraging of analytics to support population health management, the state of cybersecurity, and much more

5 Executive Healthcare Cybersecurity Predictions to Watch in 2023

Cyberattacks on the healthcare industry will continue to increase: The healthcare industry is most vulnerable to cyberattacks, which makes it a lucrative target for cybercriminals; attacks on the healthcare industry have grown significantly in 2022, and attacks will even go further in 2023.

Ransomware can cost hospitals millions—and then some

The increase in ransomware attacks in healthcare is exacting a hefty price from providers, who face huge potential costs arising from more than just the initial ransom, such as lost patient revenue, the need for remediation, and more.

Understanding information blocking and the expectations for healthcare organizations

In April 2021, the 21st Century Cures Act Final Rule went into effect, prohibiting healthcare entities from information blocking to break down barriers that have historically limited patient access to electronic personal health information (ePHI).

Analysis: Third-Party Health Data Breaches Dominated in 2022

Hacking and business associate incidents were the crux of many of the largest health data breaches reported to federal regulators in 2022, foreshadowing the top risks and threats that will more than likely continue to plague healthcare entities and their vendors this year.

2023 Predictions From Health Executives: Consumer Experience, Economic Considerations

2023 is shaping up to be an inflection point for incorporating preventive genetic risk assessments as a standard of care.

Healthcare executives make predictions for 2023

The beginning of a new year means it's time to take a step back and assess the state of things.

Healthcare’s vendor problem spurs more than data breaches — it’s a patient safety risk

The risk of supply chain partners is well-known in all sectors, thanks, in part, to the massive disruptions caused by the Colonial Pipeline, SolarWinds, and Accellion incidents in 2020.


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