Healthcare IT News September 21, 2021
Kat Jercich

A recent study suggests that healthcare organizations can face legal and technological challenges when it comes to complying with the regulation.

The California Consumer Privacy Act, passed in 2018, aims to give consumers more control over their online personal information.

A new study published in this month’s issue of Health Policy and Technology found, however, that healthcare organizations may face obstacles when it comes to complying with the law.  

“It’s critical for organizations to proactively comply with CCPA regulations, rather than face expensive legal battles,” said Raj Sharman, professor of management science and systems at the University of Buffalo School of Management, in a statement.  

“But especially for smaller healthcare organizations, it can be challenging to understand the law’s...

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