2020 Legislative Session – Week 7

By: Amanda Loder | 02.28.2020

Since many bills failed to clear the key “first funnel” deadline, lawmakers have shifted their focus to debating active legislation on the floor and crafting government spending measures.  Governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill Tuesday allocating more than $13 million to address K-12 funding inequities.  SF 2164 authorizes $7.2 million to assist school districts with Read…

HHS Office of Civil Rights Issues New Guidance on Ransomware and HIPAA

By: BrownWinick | 07.12.2016

With reports of ransomware attacks on the rise, it is imperative that covered entities and their business associates put in place information security measures to guard against the unauthorized use or disclosure of electronic protected health information. To help in this effort, the Office of Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Read…