We can help you avoid some of the most common HIPAA violations like sending texts containing PHI, improper mailing or emailing of PHI, failure to monitor and maintain PHI access logs, the omission of a HIPAA-compliant Business Associate (BA) agreement with vendors before allowing access to the information system containing PHI, accessing patient information on a personal device or home computer, inadequate or lack of limitations as to who may view, and more
We share a compiled checklist for you to use in creating your HIPAA compliance policy.
These questions cover the components to make you are HIPAA-compliant. The list is intended to be used for a first step self-evaluation process.
We can help you with a secure solution providing the mechanisms in order to comply with the HIPAA Security Privacy Rule
AWS utility-based cloud services are used by a large number of healthcare providers, payers, and IT professionals to process, store, and transmit protected healthcare information (PHI).
AWS enables entities and their business partners, subject to the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), to use the AWS secure environment to process, maintain and store health information protected.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) also seeks to encourage the adoption of electronic medical records in order to improve the efficiency and quality of the healthcare system by improving the exchange of information. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) expanded HIPAA rules in 2009. The legislations establish a set of federal standards created to ensure the security and privacy of protected health information.
The coronavirus pandemic changed the world and different factors increased the risk of private health information. How the landscape change in the Healthcare industry. The HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has provided resources that help explain how patient health information may be used and disclosed in response to the COVID-19 nationwide public health emergency.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) sets the standards for sensitive patient data protection. It provides rules and regulations for medical data protection.
HIPAA privacy rules reduce health care abuse and fraud and set security standards for electronic healthcare and the storage of patients’ healthcare information. HIPAA compliance mandates the protection and handling of medical data, ensuring that healthcare data is kept private.