A Federal Law, But HIPAA Can Play Significant Role in State Court Suits

Concentra, QCA Health Plan HIPAA Settlements Emphasize HHS' Focus on Breach Risks in Unencrypted Laptops

FTC Wins Appeal, ProMedica Must Divest St. Luke's

New Michigan Regulations Tighten Physician Disciplinary Investigations

OIG: Electrodiagnostic Testing is an Area Vulnerable to Medicare Fraud

HMA's Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma to Pay $1.5M in False Claims Settlement

Disciplinary Actions Against Michigan Healthcare Professionals Reaches New High

2 Ohio Valley Healthcare Providers to Pay $1M to Settle False Claims Allegations

Whistle-Blower Can Only Bring One Suit Per Fraud Scheme, Court Holds

Connecticut Attorney General Calls on Lawmakers to Address Antitrust Concerns Regarding Facility Fees

Illinois Court Orders Disclosure of Patients' Identities in Response to Employment Claim

Texas Medicaid Fraud Control Unit Failed to Meet Performance Standards, Says OIG

OIG: Utah's Medicaid Control Unit Did Not Meet Performance Standards

Judge Recommends Throwing Out One Claim in $522M FCA Case

Alaska Passes Bill Making Medical Apologies Inadmissible Evidence in Medical Malpractice Cases

Physicians Still Receive Medicare Payments Even After Being Banned From Government Programs

Massachusetts Can't Ban Zohydro, Says Federal Judge

5 Recent FCA Employee Whistle-Blower Case Settlements

All Children's Hospital, Pediatric Physician Services, All Children's Health System to Pay $7M to Settle Stark Law Violations

Medical Board of California Can Access Patient Records in Physician Investigation, Panel Says