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This is a HIPAA 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.
Not only did the COVID-19 global pandemic change the way care is provided, it changed how security and compliance programs needed to be structured, especially with regard to disaster preparedness and business continuity. Though healthcare organizations typically have disaster recovery and business continuity (DR/BC) plans in place, it can often be difficult to operationalize those plans when a disaster arises.8 Things You Need to Know About HITRUST Compliance
If you’re considering HITRUST compliance as a cybersecurity framework, here is a list of the top 8 points you should consider before moving ahead.A Broader Lens Into Vendor Risk Management
With a seemingly infinite number of digital pathways right to the doorsteps of healthcare providers, we need to work even harder to protect information that could be exposed online. That includes vendor risk management…
A February 1 article published in Briefings on HIPAA focuses on recent findings from the Office for Civil Rights’ much-anticipated 2016-2017 HIPAA Audits Industry Report released in December 2020. The article shines light on some of the flaws and challenges in the way patient access to information has been handled over the years.HIPAA and COVID-19 – A Timeline of OCR Notifications and Guidelines
We know. It can be difficult to find accurate and consistent information on HIPAA and the temporary changes due to COVID-19. To that end, we’ve put together a timeline and brief descriptions of the notifications and guidance issued by the OCR during the COVID-19 public health emergency.Is Meaningful Use Still Meaningful?
Originally designed as part of HITECH to encourage providers to adopt electronic health records (EHRs), meaningful use was a means to an end – towards improved population health and better patient care among fragmented providers. The program prioritized five pillars of health outcomes: