The average cost of a data breach for U.S. health care companies is $6.45 million (or $429 per individual record), surpassing the global all-industry average.
The evolving health technology regulatory landscape can be challenging to navigate. Below, we give health tech developers a quick glance at national level efforts that are important to understand for your business strategy.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has driven health care more into the virtual world at an unprecedented and historic pace, and the need to protect digital
Last month Virginia joined California as the second U.S. state to enact comprehensive data privacy legislation—the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA). States are moving
As health tech companies solidify their budgets and agendas amidst the continued pandemic, they should consider these prominent health regulatory changes expected in 2021:
Many virtual care platforms claim to be EHR integrated. But often, there are many versions of this truth. As many provider groups are currently looking for telehealth solutions that are EHR integrated, we wanted to provide some clarity around the fundamental elements that define EHR integration.