Our GRC solution is used for HIPAA and other information security frameworks such as HITRUST, NIST and PCI.
Manage any federal, state and local compliance regulation
Administer high volume third party vendor risk management programs
Manage by exception with filtering, alerts, notifications, and a simple user interface
We focus on information security audits that cover all control standards, identify gaps, and deliver a holistic risk mitigation roadmap.
All audit results are delivered in our compliance management software portal, not a spreadsheet
Our consultants are seasoned subject matter experts, not juniors
We are engaged by clients across the country and can provide excellent referrals upon request
Our software is used by managed service providers (MSPs) who provide general IT and HIPAA related services to their clients.
Using unstructured tools makes the management of client audits difficult
Provides your organization with a better way to manage your clients higher volume business associate audits
Manage your clients by exception with extensive filters, automated alerts, and notifications
This is a Business Associate Agreement / Contract Addendum template for the requirements of the HITECH Act of 2009 in Microsoft Word format. Use it as a starting point and customize to meet the requirements for your business associates agreements.HIPAA Privacy and Security Proactive Audits Tool Kit
Contains recommended HIPAA Privacy and Security audits that your organization should consider implementing for policies & procedures, proactive information system activity review, and facility walk throughs.HIPAA Facility Security Walkthrough Checklist
Excellent guidance for auditing facilities that contain protected health information. Simply check the boxes and write notes as you conduct your walk-through audit.
We are starting to see Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) reporting outside of Information Technology (IT). This makes sense because the CISO needs to be able to audit the IT controls and give an unbiased report to senior management.HIPAA-HITECH Security – Why Pay for “Nothing”?
We read about healthcare organizations that get fined by the OCR for basically doing nothing, meaning that they have a general lack of evidence of due diligence for HIPAA.How to avoid HIPAA penalties based on some of the largest!
Reviewing some of the largest fines can help healthcare organizations learn how to avoid them should an incident occur. Many experts say that it isn’t IF an incident will occur, it’s WHEN.
The HITECH-OMNIBUS final rule stepped up the requirements and for both CEs and BAs and both must now include the new requirements in their information privacy and security risk analysis and management program.Office of Civil Rights Phase 2 HIPAA Audit Protocols
Based on prior statements from the OCR and their recently distributed survey, the pool of audit candidates will be approximately 800 to start. These randomly selected organizations will be chosen using the National Provider Identifier database and other external sources.Workforce Risk and the Evolution of the Breach of Protected Health Information (PHI)
Who would have thought back in 1990 that someone in China or Russia or anywhere would be able to steal health information in a hospital in Anytown USA and even hold it for ransom.