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Get HIPAA Compliant

Healthcare attorneys Ericka L. Adler and Rachel V. Rose provide insight on the HIPAA rules facing your medical practice and five strategies to stay compliant in this webinar, presented March 18, 2014, sponsored by Acentec.

You can also download a PDF of their presentation, offering guidance on everything from use of smartphones and BYOD devices at your practice to who is and who isn't a "business associate" under HIPAA law. Click here.

HIPAA

While new technology brings great opportunities to medical practices, it also raises new challenges when attempting to keep protected health information secure.

Make sure you are aware of these legal changes: medical malpractice cap limits; third-party billing practices; and enforcement of Notice of Privacy Practices.

Confidentiality, integrity, and encryption are all items that need to be addressed within a medical practice's data security policy for business associates.

Broader definition of personal identifiable information requires medical practices to review HIPAA compliance and adhere to security policies.

Your practice's business associates can lead to HIPAA issues. Here are three tips to ensure your vendors can ensure the safety of protected health information.

No business is safe from cyber attacks. Physicians can benefit from both performing due diligence and purchasing insurance to mitigate the risk of loss.

This 60-second video clip will help your medical practice identify six ways to reduce the likelihood of a HIPAA breach due to cyber crime.

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