eBook: The Top 10 HIPAA Violations and How to Prevent Them
Is Your Company Doing Enough to Prevent These Ten Common HIPAA Violations?
If your organization is like most, technology is the backbone that keeps everything running smoothly on a daily basis. However, that reliance on technology can also lead to HIPAA violations. In this blog post, we will explore ten of the most common HIPAA violations rms run into because of technology, and share some tips you can use to help prevent them.
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Being aware of these common HIPAA violations and taking steps to address them can help keep your customers’ or patients’ information safe while keeping your company out of regulatory hot water.
Intrinium offers a comprehensive HIPAA audit, risk management and gap analysis strategy designed to help companies identify specific compliance gaps in their administrative, technical and physical processes and controls, and recommend remedial actions. To learn more, call us toll-free at 866.461.5099, or contact us online today.
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