- Q&A: On remaining ambiguities in the final HIPAA rule
- Q&A: On the delicate dance of data breach notification
- Q&A: Mostashari talks team-based care, testifying in front of Congress and basketball
- An ACO amid 'moral struggle'
- Q&A: OSEHRA CEO Seong Mun on iEHR, future of open source
- 3 questions with...an HHSentrepreneur
- Big Data tying knots in HIT workforce
- Q&A: HHS CTO Bryan Sivak on disrupting government culture
- Q&A: Part 2 with 3M's Richard Averill on ICD-10 politics, timing
- Q&A: Why the U.S. actually needs those crazy ICD-10 codes
- Medical Imaging in the Cloud
- Best Practices to Deploy ECM Technologies: Ensure Decisions are Made Based on all the Information, not a Portion of it
- Beyond the EHR: Seamlessly Connecting Nurses and Physicians Using an EHR-Extender (EHR-e)
- BYOD in Healthcare Organizations: Top 6 Risks & How to Avoid Them
- New World Order: Effectively Securing Healthcare Data Through Secure Information Exchanges
In this podcast, Government Health IT editor Tom Sullivan considers the new landscape being created by the omnibus HIPAA rule, with HIPAA and meaningful use potentially forming a new protected health information security baseline, and discusses some the remaining HIPAA ambiguities with attorney Bob Belfort, from the law firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips.