When is the mere “ability” to read protected health information (“PHI”), without evidence that the PHI was actually read or was likely to have been read, enough to trigger the notice requirement under the Breach Notification Rule? Recent PHI security breaches, including that being confronted by the Department of Defense and SAIC, Inc. will provide some information and guidance.
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When is the mere “ability” to read protected health information (“PHI”), without evidence that the PHI was actually read or was likely to have been read, enough to trigger the notice requirement under the Breach Notification Rule? Recent PHI security breaches, including that being confronted by the Department of Defense and SAIC, Inc. will provide some information and guidance.
Continue Reading SAIC and Its Military Millions March – Flooding the Parade with Possible PHI Breaches – Part 2

When is the mere “ability” to read protected health information (“PHI”), without evidence that the PHI was actually read or was likely to have been read, enough to trigger the notice requirement under the Breach Notification Rule? Recent PHI security breaches, including that being confronted by the Department of Defense and SAIC, Inc. will provide some information and guidance.
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