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Mobile OCR
With the advent of smartphones & smartglasses, can be used in internet connected mobile device applications that extract text captured using the camera.
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Sarah Rees 🌏 2h
Law (Code) requires forest protections on steep slopes to prevent the whole clearfelled mess running into rivers, remove these strips and the whole coupe becomes a water quality liability.
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Inside Digital Health 7h
When covered entities are warned of their deficiencies, but fail to fix the problem, they will be held fully responsible for their neglect.
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Healthcare IT News Nov 17
ICYMI: The health system will pay $3 million to settle with OCR and take corrective action after protected health information was left unencrypted on lost and stolen mobile devices.
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Inside Digital Health Nov 15
Failure to encrypt resulted in URMC paying $3M to .
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MailMyStatements 🛡📬 Nov 15
New York Provider Pays OCR $3M for Mobile Security Failure via
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Inside Digital Health Nov 14
Health systems must encrypt their or can risk breaching info or violations.
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Privacy+Security Academy Nov 11
New York Provider Pays OCR $3M for Mobile Security Failure via
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NPC Shepard of Divine Spark Triggered Tide PodsLLC Nov 11
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Serv.(HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) responsible for enforcing HIPAA Privacy/Sec. Rules. OCR enforces Rules in several ways: Example: Failure to encrypt mobile devices = $3 Million settlement. IMAGINE 's FINE!
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Inside Digital Health Nov 11
Because theft and loss are constant threats, failing to encrypt mobile devices needlessly puts patient health information at risk.
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nagaya Nov 10
Replying to @nagaya2013
将来「マークシートをやめて回答を書き込む試験形態とし採点をOCRを活用して行う。そのなかで問題を工夫してAIが採点可能な記述式を出題する」という流れができた場合、そこに絶対に民間を入れてはいけません。きちんと公的な出題採点機関を作って模試もそこで行うべきです。
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App-Ray Mobile Security Nov 8
The University of Rochester Medical Center in New York will pay OCR $3 million and agreed to a corrective action plan for flaws in its mobile device security, including failing to encrypt devices.
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Healthcare IT News Nov 9
The health system will pay $3 million to settle with OCR and take corrective action after protected health information was left unencrypted on lost and stolen mobile devices.
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Eric Vanderburg Nov 8
New York Provider Pays OCR $3M for Mobile Security Failure –
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Inside Digital Health Nov 7
Because theft and loss are constant threats, failing to encrypt mobile devices needlessly puts patient health information at risk.
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HealthITSecurity.com Nov 7
Provider Pays OCR $3M for Mobile Failure | Newsletter is out now. Take a look!
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InfoWerks Nov 7
Provider will pay $3M to OCR for failure to encrypt mobile devices.
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V-Soft Consulting Nov 7
is changing the mobiles apps industry for the better. Apps can now make smart recommendations to consumers, use to read and understand text in photos and so much more:
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Healthcare Innovation Nov 7
The University of Rochester Medical Center has agreed to pay $3M to OCR to settle potential violations around failures to encrypt mobile devices
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Inside Digital Health Nov 8
Unencrypted devices put the health information of patients in jeopardy.
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Bryan Allison Nov 8
Another expensive example of why encrypting mobile devices and performing an annual security risk analysis are imperative for organizations. Also, the provider chose to ignore an OCR suggestion that had been offered years before.
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