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Ten examples of how inadequate employee training can lead to data breach of ePHI

Ten examples of how inadequate employee training can lead to data breach of ePHI

Ten examples of how inadequate employee training can lead to data breach of ePHI Electronic protected health information (ePHI) data breaches frequently result from inadequate staff training. Clinicians, office workers, and IT specialists all need to receive the appropriate training in order to understand and respond to the different security risks and vulnerabilities that might …

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The cost of a Data Breach for medical practice.

The cost of a Data Breach for medical practice.

The Cost of a Data Breach for medical practice Data breaches in a medical office can have severe consequences, including reputational damage, financial losses, and regulatory penalties. Click here to know in detail the best practices for preventing Data breaches in a small medical office. Reputational damage: Loss of trust: Patients may lose trust in …

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Who should perform a SRA and how often?

Who should perform a SRA and how often?

Who should perform a SRA and how often? Small medical practices and all other covered businesses must perform Security Risk Assessments (SRAs) regularly in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)’s Security Rule. SRAs should be carried out at least yearly or whenever there are major changes to the organization’s systems, procedures, …

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Examples of Risks and Vulnerabilities for HIPAA Compliance

Examples of Risks and Vulnerabilities for HIPAA Compliance

Examples of Risks and Vulnerabilities for HIPAA Compliance A HIPAA Compliance Security Risk Assessment (SRA) is designed to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities in an organization’s handling of protected health An organization’s handling of protected health information (PHI) might be subject┬áto potential risks and vulnerabilities. That is the intent of a HIPAA Compliance Security Risk …

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Safeguards in HIPAA Compliance

Safeguards in HIPAA Compliance

Safeguards in HIPAA Compliance The only objective of the HIPAA regulations and guidelines is – to ensure that electronic protected health information (ePHI) is secure, reliable, and accessible. HIPAA imposes rigid privacy and security requirements not only on HIPAA-compliant businesses but also on their business partners. These regulations prevent unaccredited use, public disclosure, changes, or …

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All about Security Risk Assessment (SRA)

All about Security Risk Assessment (SRA)

All about Security Risk Assessment (SRA) Healthcare organizations use a Security Risk Assessment (SRA) process to recognize and assess potential risks and vulnerabilities related to the handling, processing, and sharing of digitally protected health information (ePHI). The Security Regulation of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which outlines government guidelines for the security …

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