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HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA Compliance
HIPAA Compliance Chart

Simple HIPAA Compliance, Guaranteed with CompliancyGuard

CompliancyGuard is a simple and cost-effective compliance tracking solution that satisfies HIPAA, HITECH Risk Assessment, and Omnibus Compliance. It is a total solution approach to compliance utilizing a three-step methodology. This process reduces complexity and provides solutions for all of your compliance needs using our proprietary, cloud-based system. Use our proprietary Achieve, Illustrate, and Maintain methodology and experienced Compliance Coach support to address the entire set of healthcare compliance regulations.

CompliancyGuard includes:

  • 100% Audit Guarantee
  • Dedicated Compliance Coach
  • HIPAA, HITECH, Omnibus, GLB, PCI Compliance
  • Security & Privacy Risk Assessment
  • Incident Management
  • Policy & Procedure, Training
  • Cloud-based System
  • Training & Attestation Tracking
  • HIPAA Hotline

How our ComplianceGuard service benefits you:

  • Achieve

Work with a HIPAA coach to Self-audit, identify deficiencies (Gaps), and correct the Gaps (Remediate) with built-in Training, and Policy & Procedure templates.

  • Illustrate

Be prepared to show Auditors, Covered Entities, and Business Associates your total compliance plan and due diligence with extensive reporting, tracking, and attestation tools.

  • Maintain

Compliance does not end. It is an ongoing process to review vendors, employee training, and incident tracking.

So let us help you use Achieve, Illustrate, and Maintain to address the entire set of healthcare compliance regulations.

HIPAA Safeguards

Healthcare information is among the most private and sensitive information in regular use. Since both electronic and physical records are common, HIPAA compliance has to follow both Physical Safeguards and Technical Safeguards.

Physical Safeguards

  • Facility Access Control

    Controlling who can access your physical facility is the first line of defense in terms of protecting your data. Physical access should be limited only to those authorized to work with sensitive data.

  • Workstation and Security Control

    Inside your office, all of your devices – desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc. – must be protected. Physical access to these devices needs to be limited to authorized personnel. Use strong passwords.

  • Devices and Media Control

    Data on any devices or media, like hard drives, external hard drives, memory cards, or flash drives, need to be protected. Encrypt your data to prevent unapproved access.

Technical Safeguards

  • Access Control

    Limit the ability to access files to approved parties. No one should be able to read, write, modify, or transfer data without the proper authorization.

  • Audit Control

    You must be capable of performing an audit on data activity. This means producing a detailed log of who accessed files, when they were accessed, and any activity regarding these files.

  • Integrity Control

    Policies and procedures must be in place to ensure that electronic protected health information (ePHI) is neither altered nor destroyed.

  • Person or Entity Authentication

    Ensure that the users attempting to access protected data actually are who they claim to be. A multi-step verification method helps to accomplish that.

  • Transmission Security

    All HIPAA-covered data must be protected when being transferred to other parties.

HIPAA Compliant Document Sharing

An efficient way to align with HIPAA standards is to adopt a HIPAA compliant and highly secure document sharing solution. Such a solution can help you keep your data safe and share information in a very controlled manner.

Do you have a question? Contact us!