It's not uncommon for covered entities such as hospitals and health systems to violate the Privacy Rule under the Health Insurance Portability and Protection Act of 1996 (HIPAA). A stolen laptop or misplaced file can expose information that should ... Lexology, 4 days ago
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Stacey Petrower will move from the chief operating officer's job to the top post at NewYork-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital when John C. Federspiel retires in July after 29 years as president of the Cortlandt Manor hospital. A Peekskill ...Fairfield Business Journal, 2 days ago Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million for Allowing Reality Show to Breach Privacy AHC Media, 2 days ago Hospital reaches $2.2 million settlement for filming patients American Dental Association, 1 week ago Oscar de la Renta Hosts New York Presbyterian's Annual Spring Luncheon WWD.com, 2 weeks ago
New York Presbyterian hospital has coughed up $2.2 million to settle claims that it violated medical ethics by allowing the Dr. Oz-hosted NY Med program to film patients without their consent — including one who suffered and died on camera. The ...New York Post, 1 month ago Hospital will pay $2.2M for letting Dr. Oz show film w/o consent, air death ArsTechnica, 1 month ago Hospital will pay £1.5M for letting Dr. Oz show film without consent, air death Ars Technica UK, 1 month ago
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CHICAGO — In this video, Gregg Stone , MD, cardiologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, discusses a bioresorbable vascular scaffold (BVS; Absorb, Abbott Vascular), which he said has the potential to improve ...Healio, 4 weeks ago VIDEO: Chest Pain Choice tool helps patients, physicians with ED discharge decisions Healio, 1 month ago
Crystal Window & Door Systems, in conjunction with New York-Presbyterian/Queens Hospital and the Chinese American Nursing Association (CANA), recently provided free screenings for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to more than 70 of ...Shelter Magazine, 1 month ago
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Bill Lee (Art by Chris Buzelli) New York-Presbyterian has hired its new CIO William Lee from a fellow health care nonprofit, the hospital announced Thursday. Lee has spent more than a decade with Kaiser Permanente, overseeing roughly $71 billion ...AiCIO, 3 weeks ago William Lee Succeeds Gloria Reeg as NewYork-Presbyterian's Chief Investment Officer Minyanville, 3 weeks ago NewYork-Presbyterian brings on CIO from Kaiser Permanente Pensions and Investments Online, 3 weeks ago
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