Is your organization adopting Meaningful Use, either to gain incentive payouts or to avoid penalties? You’re not alone. A majority of healthcare providers plan to either implement electronic health records, or take a closer look at existing systems to apply for compliance in the immediate future.
A key part of meeting the Meaningful Use compliance requirement is conducting a risk assessment. There is considerable confusion in the market regarding how this should be conducted, but at the core it is a revival of the original HIPAA rules regarding security.
By conducting an analysis that covers several core areas, and gaining a comprehensive understanding of how and where your electronic health information is used and stored, you can begin to build a stronger risk posture and avoid fines and penalties.
Dell SecureWorks’ Meaningful Use Risk Analysis is a risk assessment that is scoped specifically to satisfy the Meaningful Use core security objective. The benefits to this assessment are multi-fold, as Dell SecureWorks provides the following:
The Meaningful Use Risk Analysis is summarized below:
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|Measure 14 (15 for eligible professionals) –
45 CFR § 164.308(a)(1)(ii)(A)
Assess the “potential risks and vulnerabilities to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information held by the covered entity.”
A comprehensive risk analysis covering 9 core deliverables:
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