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HIPAA Compliance and Its Implications

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, HIPAA was introduced in 1996 to secure critical patient data from being destroyed or stolen. Today it is compulsory for any enterprise involved with Protected Health Information (PHI) for ensuring that all administrative, technical, and physical processes, documentation requirements, policies and risk management are diligently followed.
Uploaded by egestalt on 07/25/2012
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Ensure HIPAA Compliance with the Right Solution

The adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) and the increasing reliance on information technology in the Healthcare Industry has made it vitally important for organizations to ensure the safe handling of sensitive data. Full compliance demands that medical practitioners understand the threats and liabilities to protect sensitive patient data.
Uploaded by egestalt on 10/03/2012
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Healthcare HIPAA Compliance

Apani's enterprise security software is one of the best in the country, fully meeting or exceeding all HIPAA compliance requirements.
Uploaded by apanisoftware on 09/14/2011
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Small Medical practices can manage HIPAA compliance regulations

Small Medical Practices (SMP) are still coming to terms with understanding security, though some medical practitioners hire compliance consultants or IT managers to handle the regulatory requirements them. Some don’t get what’s the big deal about security, and a few others are under the false impression that such measures are only necessary for the bigger players in the medical field
Uploaded by egestalt on 04/05/2011
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Ensure HIPAA Compliance with Advanced and Automated Solutions

For many private, public, and Government organizations dealing in health-care, protecting and securing medical information is a key concern. HIPAA compliance requires you to carry out such a risk analysis that must be specific to your practice. This is important as it’s the only reasonable way to assess your risk of security breaches in your current systems and protocols.
Uploaded by egestalt on 08/06/2012
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Steps to HIPAA Security Compliance

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) places a large regulatory burden on organizations that deal with certain types of health-related information. Meeting HIPAA security compliance requirements begins with a security management solution one that enables real-time monitoring, compliance reporting and control management. The best route to compliance is the integration of existing people, processes, and policies with technology.
Uploaded by egestalt on 05/12/2011
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Automated Compliance Management Solution to Ensure HIPAA HITECH Compliance

Due to the exponential rise in health care frauds, the federal government is allowing no laxity in enforcement activities with respect to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009.
Uploaded by egestalt on 10/07/2012
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Importance of HIPAA Compliance in Medical Transcription

HIPAA compliant medical transcription services ensure safety of patient information. HIPAA medical transcription helps health care providers avoid legal issues relating to patient confidentiality.
Uploaded by bobkruse on 03/21/2012
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The Importance of the HITECH Act and HIPAA Compliance

The medical transcription company have trained their transcriptionists to follow HIPAA compliance to ensure privacy of all medical records.
Uploaded by reyenejohn on 04/18/2012
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Ensure HIPAA / HITECH Compliance with Compliance Management Software

Healthcare frauds are skyrocketing and the most disturbing aspect of this whole affair is the fact that healthcare providers are mostly involved in healthcare frauds. Studies show that every year around $100 million are pocketed by scammers, fraudsters and organized criminal gangs with the help of healthcare providers.
Uploaded by egestalt on 11/08/2011
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