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                HIPAA Compliance

                Administrative, Physical and Technical Safeguards for Protected Health Information

                Are you confident your organization could pass a random HIPAA compliance audit conducted by federal regulators? From security awareness training to PHI access management and device controls, being HIPAA compliant is vital for the health of your organization.

                What is HIPAA Compliance & Why is it Important?

                Whether internal or external, threats to the security of protected health information (PHI) continue to evolve. In response, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is becoming more complex, challenging hospitals, integrated delivery systems, physician groups, clinics, insurers, and other healthcare organizations to strengthen security postures to comply. HIPAA was created in 1996 in order to ensure the protection of sensitive patient information. Any organization that handles PHI must meet HIPAA security requirements. Failing to demonstrate compliance with HIPAA can result in fines, lawsuits, and damage to your reputation.

                Our security experts can help you assess and identify areas for improvement in your security to aid you in meeting HIPAA compliance requirements. Using a risk methodology tightly aligned with HIPAA compliance requirements, our Security and Risk Consulting team will conduct the required risk analysis to help you to identify and apply the appropriate security measures and controls.

                HIPAA compliancy isn't just about technology and data, it's also about people. Your workforce must know the appropriate policies and procedures to work with PHI securely. Security Awareness Training is a necessity, as are workstation policies and media and device controls.

                Get the help you need to confidently meet HIPAA requirements.

                Key Benefits of Being HIPAA Compliant:

                • Demonstrate and maintain compliance: Align your security policies with HIPAA requirements
                • Protect PHI: Keep protected health information safe
                • Assess your risk: Meet the risk analysis requirements of HIPAA
                • Educate your employees on best practices in safeguarding Protected Health Information

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