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HIPAA One Releases Privacy Risk Analysis

After releasing the HIPAA One Security Risk Analysis, we received exceptional feedback on the product and how much our clients appreciated the simplicity and automation provided by the product. We have been committed to expanding our solutions and add products to be “all things HIPAA”. With the launch of the Privacy Risk Analysis, we now …

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Why Dentists Should Be Concerned about HIPAA Laws and the Security of Their Patient Records

Back in 1996, HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) became federal law. The United States government acknowledged the need for people and businesses in healthcare fields to better protect patients’ healthcare records because they are sensitive documents and every patient has a right to privacy and security. The Healthcare community, health insurance plans and …

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Is a Covered Entity Liable For, or Required to Monitor The Actions of Its Business Associates?

Luckily, the answer to this question is a good one for covered entities. Business associates are liable for their own actions and every piece of protected information they are given. The important thing that covered entities need to be sure of is to properly enter into a contract that protects the privacy of protected information. …

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Can A Business Associate Self-Certify or Be Certified By A Third Party As HIPAA Compliant?

Too often there are misconceptions about new laws or policies because there has been too little effort to educate or to elaborate on details concerning the changes that the new laws or policies will effect. That is the case with the new HIPAA laws that have been in effect since September 2013. Evidence of this …

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Advocate Medical Sued for Breach of Patient Electronic Medical Records

For something as simple as “plain old know better,” $50,000 or more could be the penalty for a breach of HIPAA law from Advocate Medical in Illinois. This breach has been described by the prosecuting attorney, Shannon M. McNulty, as a failure “to follow basic operating procedures”. The law suit has been filed due to …

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New HIPAA Rules Go Into Effect On Monday – What You NEED To Know

The new HIPAA rules that will go into effect September 23rd, 2013 have changes that affect any company that deals with PHI. That means doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners, hospitals, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, health care insurance companies, medical billing companies, and licensed coding contractors. All of these and others will need to take a …

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