Archive for July, 2014

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Another Example HIPAA violation – Failure to deactivate a personal computer on the server

Another Example HIPAA violation – Failure to deactivate a personal computer on the server

$4.8 million – largest HIPAA settlement to date Source: Lexology Author: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP On May 7, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”) issued a press release announcing that two health care organizations—New York and Presbyterian Hospital (“NYP”) and Columbia University (“CU”)—agreed to resolve charges that they potentially […]

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Holy See's bank troubles? Or are audits working?

Holy See’s bank troubles? Or are audits working?

Vatican bank reforms lead to rise in reports of suspicious transactions Vatican body attributes rise to keener vigilance prompted by reforms at scandal-ridden Institute for Works of Religion Source: The Guardian The number of reports of suspicious financial transactions at the Vatican leapt to 202 in 2013 from six the previous year, its Financial Information […]

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Ranking is a Core Value of Education

Ranking is a Core Value of Education

Why we need to rank professional educational institute Source: BusinessToday Author: Abhishek Agrawal Students should be at the heart of any education system. The education system should be build not only to award degrees and diplomas, but also to help students excel in their lives, especially in their professional pursuits. If taken holistically, this process […]