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Tag Archives: Protected Health Information (PHI)

OlenderFeldman Interviewed Regarding Data Management In A Merger Or Acquisition

Technology can impact the way we work, play, communicate and live, and “big data” analysis – the processing of large amounts of data in order to gain actionable insights – has the ability to radically alter society by identifying patterns and traits that would otherwise go undiscovered. This data, however, can raise significant privacy concerns…
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Safeway to Pay $9.87 Million Settlement Over Alleged Privacy and Environmental Violations

On December 31, 2014, the second-largest U.S. grocery chain, Safeway, was ordered to pay a $9.87 million penalty as a part of a settlement with California prosecutors related to the improper dumping of hazardous waste, and the improper disposal of confidential pharmacy records containing protected health information in violation of California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information…
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California Court Says: “No Peek, No Breach” For Health Information Privacy

By: Aaron Krowne In a major recent case testing California’s medical information privacy law, part of the California Medical Information Act, or CMIA (California Civil Code § 56 et seq.), the Third District Court of Appeals in Sutter Health v. Superior Court held on July 21, 2014 that confidential information covered by the law must be…
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