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1 HHS Office for Civil Rights Issues Guidance on Non-Discrimination in Health Care During COVID-19 Pandemic
2 OCR Issues Coronavirus Civil Rights Guidance
3 HHS, OCR Review Care Access Rules to Assure Racial Health Equity
4 Religious Complaints Against Hospitals Prompt HHS Warning
5 Federal agency to investigate claim of employee ‘snooping’ into medical records at UPMC Susquehanna
6 The Price of Unencrypted Devices: $1M Fine for Stolen Laptop
7 Front-Line COVID-19 Fighting Orgs See Increased Cyberattacks
8 HHS OCR Resolves Federal Discrimination Complaint About Tennessee's Health Care Crisis Standards Of Care
9 Disability rights groups file federal complaint about 'medical rationing' in Arizona
10 Accessible care is equal care: An appeal to improve primary health care for people with disabilities
11 Trump Presses Limits on Transgender Rights Over Supreme Court Ruling
12 State employees to take implicit bias training
13 Disability And Civil Rights Groups File Formal Complaint Vs. Arizona Over Crisis Standards Of Care Plan
14 COVID-19 and Telehealth: Will the Expansion Persist After the Pandemic?
15 State employees to take implicit bias training as part of effort to address systemic racism
16 Should Youth Come First in Coronavirus Care?
17 Quadriplegic Man's Coronavirus Death Stirs Fear Of Medical Bias Against Disabled
18 After a year on job, public lands chief overdue for confirmation hearing, Democrats say
19 Missouri releases updated guidance for schools returning to in-person learning
20 New Jersey attorney general files lawsuit challenging Trump administration's elimination of anti-discrimination protections in health care
21 Congressman Gary Palmer praises Trump executive order expanding Medicare access
22 Early Impact Of CMS Expansion Of Medicare Telehealth During COVID-19
23 2019 Affirmative Civil Enforcement Achievements, Recoveries of Over $260 Million
24 COVID-19: Healthcare Public Policy Outlook
25 HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Trump Pressed to Levy National Virus Rules
26 Coronavirus Roundup: Defense Will Work with CDC on Vaccine Distribution; State Department Enters Phase Two of Reopening
27 Salem salon owner sues Gov. Brown, state for violating civil rights in COVID-19 closure
28 HHS Strips Gender Identity, Sex Stereotyping, Language Access Protections From ACA Anti-Discrimination Rule
29 US HHS Office of Civil Rights Coronavirus HIPAA Guidance
30 Federal agents are expelling asylum seekers as young as 8 months from the border, citing COVID-19 risks
31 OCR releases bulletin regarding the rights of people with disabilities
32 Public Notice No. 7534
33 Privacy Considerations for Employers and Health Care Providers When Communicating about Coronavirus-Infected Individuals
34 Why Trump’s Anti-Trans Measures Will Protect Prejudice in COVID-19 Era
35 Glamour Salon owner sues Gov. Brown, state for violating civil rights in COVID-19 closure
36 HHS: Civil Rights Bulletin & COVID-19 Crisis
37 U.S. Civil Rights Office Rejects Rationing Medical Care Based on Disability, Age
38 Office of Civil Rights settles second case in HIPAA-based initiative
39 Civil Rights Office at HHS Moves Closer to Killing Protections for LGBTQ Patients
40 COVID-19: HHS Office for Civil Rights Opens New Investigations, Issues New Civil Rights Guidance
41 US Department Of Health And Human Services Office For Civil Rights BULLETIN: HIPAA Privacy And Novel Coronavirus
42 Trump administration tosses ACA transgender healthcare protections
43 Protests: Former Atlanta officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks files lawsuit over dismissal
44 OCR Resolves Civil Rights Complaint Against Pennsylvania After it Revises its Pandemic Health Care Triaging Policies to Protect Against Disability Discrimination
45 Trump administration aims to keep telehealth revolution here to stay
46 The Office of Civil Rights closing its compliance review and investigation over ventilator triage guidelines i
47 Transgender Health Protections Reversed By Trump Administration : Shots
48 Texas Health and Human Services Commission hit with $1.6M fine for HIPAA violations
49 US government sued after report of detained migrant children at Hampton Inn hotels
50 Window On Washington
51 HHS to Exercise Enforcement Discretion to Permit HIPAA Business Associates to Use and Disclose PHI to Public Health Authorities during the COVID-19 Health Crisis
52 Miles to go: Harassment and discrimination complaints rise at TxDOT
53 Facebook’s Civil Rights Meeting Didn’t Go Well
54 Office for Civil Rights unveils plan to enforce sex discrimination statutes
55 Jewish woman released from ICE custody following national outcry
56 US health official reminds states that triage cannot trump civil rights
57 OCR COVID-19 Updates on HIPAA and Anti-Discrimination Laws
58 Judge Scraps 'Conscience' Rule Protecting Doctors Who Deny Care For Religious Reasons
59 Entrance fees to visit federal public lands are waived today
60 AMA opposes HHS rule removing protection against discrimination
61 HHS to probe if Google's 'Project Nightingale' followed privacy law
62 Trump administration opens up access to telehealth services during coronavirus outbreak
63 HHS: Information on COVID-19 patients can be shared to protect first responders from infection
64 Her Rapist Threatened to Make Her “Disappear.” Instead of Asylum, ICE Put Her in a Hotel and Sent Her Back.
65 Philadelphia Jewish Federation: We won’t work with local NAACP because of ‘anti-Jewish’ posts
66 Sens. Doug Jones, Cory Gardner introduce the American Dream Down Payment Act
67 State issues order allowing people with disabilities companions in hospital settings, settling civil rights co
68 Sheriff protests budget cuts
69 HHS rollback of protections for transgender people could make it harder to provide care
70 In civil rights complaint, Oregon groups contend state policy could bring widespread discrimination amid Covid-19
71 Delaware to require teaching of the Holocaust, genocide
72 Jackson Health System fined $2 million by the feds over stolen and lost patient records
73 HHS eases HIPAA enforcement on data releases during COVID-19
74 2019 Year in Review: Notable Changes in Law, Policy, and Enforcement of HIPAA
75 Election 2020: Candidates for Ingham County Board of Commissioners
76 HHS: Hospital restrictions mean ‘too many dying alone’ during coronavirus
77 Child Welfare: Various HHS Offices Provided Input on Decision to Grant Exception from Religious Nondiscrimination Requirement [Reissued with revisions on Jul. 9, 2020.]
78 HHS Office for Civil Rights Proposes Changes to ACA's Section 1557
79 Sentara Hospitals to pay $2.2M HIPAA settlement for undisclosed data breaches
80 Insights into HHS COVID-19 HIPAA Waivers and Lasting Implications
81 Departments of Education and HHS Release Joint Guidance on the Relationship Between FERPA and HIPAA
82 HHS Proposal Puts Millions of Americans at Risk of Discrimination When Accessing Federally Funded Services
83 HHS Budget Would Fund Discrimination at Expense of Civil Rights Enforcement
84 OCR Settles with Utah Provider for $100K Over HIPAA Security Failures
85 Department watchdogs to investigate federal law enforcement conduct at protests
86 Health care rights for transgender patients in flux due to Trump administration rule change
87 Department of Health and Human Services Expands Telehealth Benefits During COVID-19 Emergency; Waives Penalties for Potential Resulting HIPAA Violations
88 HHS: California's Mandatory Abortion Coverage Is a Civil-Rights Violation
89 Court Strikes Down HHS Conscience Rule, Cites Patient Access Rights
90 Who Gets Lifesaving Care? Tennessee Changes Rules After Federal Complaint
91 Federal court says HHS can't limit fees for 3rd-party access to patient records
92 Exceptions Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule for Disclosure of PHI Without Patient Authorization
93 OCR takes action against orthopedic practice that canceled surgery because of patient's HIV status
94 Religious exemptions are gutting civil rights protections, advocacy groups warn
95 COVID-19 Resource from the HHS Office for Civil Rights
96 HHS issues warning to University of Vermont Medical Center saying it forced nurse to assist in abortion
97 HRC Files Federal Lawsuit Against Trump-Pence Administration
98 State revises triage guidance after discrimination complaint
99 At New Health Office, 'Civil Rights' Means Doctors' Right To Say No To Patients
100 People with disabilities would suffer if coronavirus care is rationed, advocates say in civil-rights complaint