Avoiding HIPAA violations

3 best practices to avoid HIPAA violations

If any organization that handles healthcare information violates HIPAA, the government may impose massive fines. Following IT security best practices and working with a co-managed IT provider to ensure your systems are safe can save your organization from the consequences of a HIPAA violation.
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3 insider tips about HIPAA compliance when working from home

All U.S. businesses involved in holding, using, or transmitting personal health information (PHI) electronically, must abide by strict HIPAA data security and privacy rules. What does it really take for covered entities to become HIPAA complaint today?
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5 frightening HIPAA statistics you need to know

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) outlines protections and guidelines to which businesses of all sizes must adhere. Co-managed IT services are a cost-effective way to ensure HIPAA compliance by providing both administrative standards and cybersecurity requirements.
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Maintaining regulatory compliance with employee behavior

Federal government agencies issue thousands of rules every year. If your business is required to follow these regulations it can seem overwhelming keeping up with all the requirements. Here are tips on how to stay up-to-date and keep compliant.
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Put Regulatory Compliance on Your Radar

Regulatory compliance is not something to brush off. To avoid future headaches, start getting your contingency plan in place today.

What It Takes to Stay on Top of HIPAA Compliance

A single HIPAA violation can cost your company as little as $100 or as much as $1.5 million. But there are things you can do, even on a limited budget, to keep your organization compliant. If HIPAA regulations apply to your business, consider this your crash course in compliance.