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UCLAHS Settles Potential HIPAA Violations for $865,500
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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) entered into its third largest settlement for potential HIPAA privacy and security rule violations this week, reaching a resolution agreement Tuesday of $865,500 with the University of California at Los Angeles Health System (UCLAHS).

UCLAHS has also committed to a corrective action plan in order to fix “gaps in its compliance” with HIPAA’s privacy and security rules, , according to a report on the HHS website published Wednesday.