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A Healthy Dose of Security

- South Carolina's Greenville Hospital System upgrades its security program thanks to a healthy dose of funding.

Hospital Security

- A bill (H.R. 257) introduced by Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX) would require that all hospitals that receive reimbursements under Medicare implement security procedures to reduce infant abduction.


- An Illinois appeals court has ruled that a patient whose private information was revealed at a tavern by a hospital employee can sue that hospital for invasion of privacy. The privacy obligation applied at all times and in all places.

Ready, Willing, Disabled

- Maryland takes the lead in preparing to assist the disabled in disasters.

A Healthy Way to Protect Patient Data

- A healthcare organization found that it needed a way to control the use of removable media to ensure that patient data remains protected.

Keys to Encryption

- Encrypting data is no longer an expensive, time-consuming headache. Here’s an overview of some of the different types of encryption products available.

Challenges Posed by Patient-Centric Care

- Special challenges at patient-centered hospitals.

Genetic Discrimination

- A bill (S. 358) introduced by Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-WA) would prohibit discrimination based on genetic information has been approved by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee.

Pediatric Terrorism

- Pediatricians may not seem like first-responders, but in a terror attack, they would need to be ready to treat children. A new report discusses their roles in disaster preparedness and response.

Nurses On Guard

- One healthcare facility teaches nurses to spot signs of escalating aggression among visitors and defend against abusive behavior.

Beyond Print

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