I am surprised we've not seen more comments regarding the new FL law regarding patient data and offshore data storage…
Morning Headlines 5/12/23
Amino Health Secures $80 Million in Financing to Accelerate Growth and Product Innovation
Amino Health, whose platform guides members to cost-effective providers, raises $80 million in financing.
Lavita AI Raises $5M Seed Financing to Launch the First Patient-Driven Health Information Marketplace to Accelerate Life Sciences Innovation
Lavita, whose health data marketplace platform allows people to control and monetize their digital health information for purposes such as clinical trials recruitment, raises $5 million in seed funding.
Richmond University Medical Center suffers ransomware attack; unclear if patient info compromised
Richmond University Medical Center (NY) works to recover from a ransomware attack that has caused network outages for the last week.
Meta punts pixel tool responsibility, says privacy fault is on providers
Meta files a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit that accuses the company of privacy violations for sharing the medical data of users with advertisers via its Facebook Pixel website tracking tool.
As one of Meta’s biggest haters, they are absolutely correct. The healthcare organizations that operated sloppy Pixel implementations are solely at fault and need to explain themselves to their patients. Allowing Meta to be liable for someone else abusing their APIs would set a very bad precedent.