HIPAA regulations set the standard for sensitive patient data protection.  

HIPAA Compliance Management for Hospitals

Managing HIPAA compliance can be a messy, complex process, especially for hospitals and health systems managing compliance for hundreds of individual clinics and practices. It can be difficult to track, maintain and report on risk management and cybersecurity efforts. Many organizations are using time-consuming manual processes such as spreadsheets and emails for compliance, which can require a significant investment of time, money, and resources.  With the …

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Remote Cybersecurity: Best Practices

Remote work is here to stay  Many of us have been working remote for over a year now. The pandemic hit in March of last year and virtually all industries had to adapt. The transition was sudden at the time, and IT and security personnel quickly had to organize their workforce to successfully work remotely. Work from Home (WFH) is no longer a temporary solution to a worldwide pandemic; evidence suggests that many organizations and workforces will continue …

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Implementing the NIST RMF: Step Zero

The NIST RMF is increasingly being seen as the gold standard for industries with critical or highly sensitive data needs – such as healthcare. It is an effective security planning and management framework that enables a comprehensive picture of organizational risk. This helps organizations build a solid risk management strategy, understand the areas that matter most to their organizational security and enable them to properly perform their essential business functions.   Yet, healthcare organizations are spending increasing amounts of money on security and remain vulnerable. Why is that? …

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Am I a business associate under HIPAA? Why should I care?

Back in 2013, when Edward Snowden was in Hong Kong revealing he leaked documents detailing mass-surveillance programs by the U.S. government, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was creating the Final Omnibus Rule. This rule extended its regulatory reach beyond covered entities (e.g. healthcare providers, health plans, and clearinghouses) to business associates who …

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