Tying Up Loose Ends for Health Data Privacy, Security

December 23, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

As the year wraps up, regulators and legislators have been busy tying up some "loose ends" related to health data security and privacy before the start of 2020. In case you've been busy with your own year-end to-do list, here are some of the recent developments you might have missed.

You've most likely heard that Congress and the White House last week agreed on a bipartisan spending bill to avert another government shutdown. But what's hidden inside that appropriations bill as it relates to health data privacy and security?

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