Federal legislation to protect health data has made little progress. Will that change in the Covid-19 era?

(By Rebecca Robbins for STAT)

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, health data privacy wasn’t exactly a hot topic on Capitol Hill. By and large, lawmakers stuck to scolding tech giants like Google for getting their hands on patient data gathered by hospitals and smartphone apps.  Continue reading article here…

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