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Daily Digest – June 10. Third Company Caught Up in AMCA Data Breach; Law Prof Raises Issues With Proposed Limited Content Message

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THIRD COMPANY ANNOUNCES IT WAS PART OF AMCA DATA BREACH

  • A third healthcare company has come forward and announced it was part of a data breach at American Medical Collection Agency. This time, Opko Health said that 423,000 individuals had their personal and financial records compromised as a result of unauthorized activity that occurred between August 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019.

LAW PROF RAISES ISSUES WITH PROPOSED LIMITED CONTENT MESSAGE

  • A law professor is raising some concerns and issues with the limited content message that is part of the proposed debt collection rule from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, saying that it will be easy to guess that the message is coming from a debt collector if the collector follows the script proposed by the CFPB.

RCM PROVIDER ON 1,100-EMPLOYEE HIRING BINGE

  • Ensemble Health Partners has kicked off a hiring binge that seeks to add 1,100 new employees to the company by next year, according to a published report. The majority share of the revenue cycle management firm was recently sold to a private equity company for $1.2 billion and is planning to move into a new 400,000-square foot facility in Blue Ash, Ohio next year.

COMPLIANCE DIGEST – JUNE 10

  • Click here to read this week’s Compliance Digest, sponsored by Applied Innovation. You’ll get insights from five different compliance experts — Matt Kiefer, Dennis Barton, Virginia Bell Flynn, Mark Rooney, and Laurie Nelson — on five different important compliance topics. You’re not going to get that kind of varied perspective anywhere else.

HOUSE FIN’L SERVICES COMMITTEE POSTPONES DEBT COLLECTION HEARING

LAW FIRM PLANS TO APPEAL CFPB LEADERSHIP RULING TO SUPREME COURT

  • A law firm fighting a Civil Investigative Demand from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans to appeal a ruling that the agency’s leadership structure is constitutional to the Supreme Court, the firm announced in a filing with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday.

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