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Know Your HIPAA Violations

As HIPAA itself evolves, it can be hard for practices to know when they're in violation of the law. Luckily, Physicians Practice tracked down privacy experts who shared some common data security weaknesses.

Also: Here are eight things your practice should to do to stay HIPAA compliant.

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Cybercriminals are more of a threat to securing patient data than ever before. Employ these tactics to better prepare your staff.

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A lawyer points to recent cases for examples of the importance of members of the medical community reporting sexual misconduct.

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A lot can be learned from recent HIPAA violations, including how to avoid them at your practice.

The biggest obstacle between you and your patients having an optimal relationship is potentially the words that come out of your mouth.

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Cybercrime is a threat to even the smallest of practices, here are six ways to prevent criminals from accessing your patients' data.

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When it comes to HIPAA, is it always better to be safe than sorry? Security experts say there is a thing as being too cautious.

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Using technology that safeguards PHI is a must in when providing care, but the same technology can lead to major HIPAA violations.

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