Did you know that, as of January 2017, there have been more than 1,800 sizeable security breaches of healthcare information? Sizeable means that each of these 1,800 breaches disclosed the patient information of more than 500 people at a time.…
Keep creepy, scary things from landing on your computer! Out of date protection is no protection.
Social media is a reality of doing business today. For healthcare organizations, this raises tricky privacy and compliance issues.
After a data breach, everything you have done, everything you have discovered, and everything you have reported must be documented.
In Part One of a planned series of articles to look at Incident Response best practices, we start by discussing who is required to report a security incident to regulatory authorities, government agencies, or consumers/patients.
OCR announced this week that a second round of HIPAA Audits has finally begun. Even if you don’t face an audit, you are likely to find yourself facing off with security and compliance challenges.
Compliance begins with risk assessment. Security ends with incident response. And peace of mind requires reliable intelligence.
Future HIPAA compliance audits could result in more costly enforcement action. But being prepared is about more than a possible audit.
Health IT Week has become a rallying point for the healthcare industry to face the challenges of advancing services with expanding technology while maintaining the security and level of service patients require.
When your sales team and account managers can speak to your company’s compliance efforts and data security, prospects are reassured that your organization values security as much as they do.