HIPAA law requires covered entities to safeguard against “reasonably anticipated” threats to protected health information. With the increasing prevalence of healthcare security breaches, the threat of malicious hacking can certainly be reasonably anticipated.
You already know that HIPAA law requires you to institute administrative, physical, technical and organizational safeguards to protect against unauthorized use and disclosure of PHI. However, HIPAA compliance does not necessarily make your organization immune to cyber-attack. Complex, ever-changing regulations, increased vulnerabilities, implementation of new technologies, and changes in business processes can make it difficult to stay in front of emerging threats.
BlueOrange helps you navigate the process by designing a customized approach based on your organization and tailored to meet your specific security challenges.
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