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Regulatory Brief: Proposed Rule to Support Reproductive Health Privacy (April 2023)
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December 4, 2023
ONC Wants Disclosures on AI Health Care Apps
Becker’s Hospital Review | The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has proposed including “nutrition labels” for AI-based health care apps that explain how apps are trained, how they perform and how they should and shouldn’t be used, and the labeling rule could be finalized by year-end. Micky Tripathi, who leads the ONC, notes that the label would provide transparency to users but the agency is seeing resistance due to the “black box nature” of the tools.
November 21, 2023
Providers Report Significant IT Budget Increases for 2024
Healthcare IT News | More than 85% of health systems are increasing their spend on digital health and information technology projects. A new survey shows that cybersecurity and electronic health record spend top the list.
November 15, 2023
Health Systems Redesign Value-Based Care
Becker’s Hospital Review | Big Tech and retail giants continue to expand into healthcare, investing more money in value-based care and putting more pressure on hospitals and health systems to bend the cost curve and prioritize digital health investments capable of providing value.
November 14, 2023
Stricter Cybersecurity Regulations Proposed for New York Hospitals
The HIPAA Journal | New York has proposed tighter cybersecurity regulations for hospitals throughout New York State in response to a series of crippling attacks that have caused disruption to healthcare services, delays to patient care, and have put patient safety at risk. Governor Hochul’s plan requires steps like appointing security officers, using multifactor authentication, and testing response plans.