Tag Archives: Information

How health information exchange serves diverse New Mexico

New Mexico is a place of contrasts. It has far more sheep and cattle than people—there are only about 12 people per square mile. By contrast, New Mexico is also the home to two large national laboratories that have provided innovations from the atomic bomb to national security, space exploration, nuclear fusion, renewable energy, medicine,… Read More »

13 questions to ask to close the information governance gap

Despite constant security threats and complex, rapidly evolving privacy regulations, the 2018 Information Governance Benchmark Study found a huge gap between the perception and reality of information governance (IG) maturity. While 81 percent of respondents report progress on IG programs and 72 percent say they have appropriate levels of executive support, 66 percent acknowledge inconsistent… Read More »

Learn How to Pass a Test for Drugs Fast: Passing a Urine Drug Test and Other Information

There are many people trying to find their place in this world. We might think of it as an existential crisis, and everyone gets to experience it. Finding meaning in whatever we do is an inherently human thing. It might be difficult or even impossible, but we try anyway. There are many questions that we… Read More »

CMS continues to investigate information breach of more than 90,000 Healthcare.gov consumers

The Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services is continuing to work with law enforcement to investigate a breach of Healthcare.gov discovered on October 16 that could have affected 93,689 consumers, an increase from the 75,000 originally estimated, CMS said Tuesday. CMS has notified individuals whose personal information was exposed. THE IMPACT In a November 7… Read More »