Children’s Medical Center of Dallas has paid a $3.2 million fine to the HHS Office for Civil Rights after regulators found it had not complied with multiple requirements of the HIPAA security rule over many years.
OCR Director Jocelyn Samuels The medical center also appears to have not fully cooperated with OCR during an investigation, agency documents show. OCR traditionally enters into a settlement agreement with a HIPAA covered entity following negotiations over the size of a monetary fine and conditions of a corrective action plan.
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