Policymakers around the world are developing guidelines for use of artificial intelligence in health care.
The HIPAA privacy rule exemplifies HIPAA’s strengths and weaknesses.
HIPAA does not go far enough to protect health-related information inferred from location data collected by cellphones.
Recent changes to patient right of access policies could open the door to increased privacy challenges.
A comprehensive legal mandate for health data holders could better protect electronic health information.
Questions of equity, access, and privacy demand answers before a vaccine passport will work.
Scholar argues that the poor and elderly are most vulnerable to health data security breaches.