MD Anderson will pay $4.3 million fine to HHS for data breaches

June 19, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center must pay a $4.3 million fine to HHS' Office for Civil Rights for data breaches, a federal judge ruled Monday. It's the fourth largest HIPAA-related settlement ever paid to the OCR.

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