Publications

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HIPAA penalty caps to be reduced and tied to culpability level

In a dramatic turn, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced that effective immediately, penalties for many Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) ...

Media Mention

Are HIPAA Enforcers Gunning For Big Health Cos.?

Marcy Wilder is quoted in a Law360 article titled "Are HIPAA Enforcers Gunning For Big Health Cos.?"

Blogs

Recap of the OCR/NIST Conference on Safeguarding Health Information

Regulators provided key insights into enforcement trends and potential changes to HIPAA regulations at the 11th Annual “Safeguarding Health Information: Building Assurance Through...

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Life sciences and health care horizons

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Digital Health: The issues you need to consider to leverage its full potential in 2018

Technology is changing the way the healthcare industry operates, bringing huge potential for untapped business opportunity. At the same time, with these changes comes a dramatic shift in...

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Aetna US$17.2 million breach settlement brings lessons for handling health data

Aetna will pay almost US$17.2 million to settle a federal class action lawsuit stemming from a 2017 mailing that disclosed the HIV status of health plan members.

Publications

How the U.S. healthcare sector can prepare for and harden its systems against cyberattack

“The number one issue on the minds of many CEOs and boards is cyberattacks and data breaches,” said Hogan Lovells partner Marcy Wilder. In this hoganlovells.com interview,...

Published Works

Ransomware Strike: What Impact on Corporate Liability?

Partners Marcy Wilder and Eduardo Ustaran were quoted in the Bloomberg Law: Privacy & Data Security article "Ransomware Strike: What Impact on Corporate Liability?"

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New York regulators lead the charge to fill health data protection gaps left by federal law

After a year-long investigation into mobile health apps claiming to be able to measure vital signs or health indicators through smartphone sensors, the New York attorney general settled...

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