Remote Risk Analysis Service
PrivaPlan will complete your HIPAA Security Risk Analysis and identify gaps and deficiencies, as well as their remediation to satisfy the required
Meaningful Use (MU) Core Objective.
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PrivaPlan HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance Resource Kit
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PrivaPlan Blog Posts
Microsoft warns of COVID-19 phishing attack via Excel
Microsoft is warning users about an infected Excel email attachment that can wreak major havoc when opened. The massive phishing attack started on May 12 appearing as emails from the Johns Hopkins Center with an Excel attachment that claims to be US deaths caused by the Coronavirus.
OCR warns there is an individual posing as OCR Investigator
On April 3, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued an alert that an individual posing as an OCR Investigator has contacted HIPAA covered entities in an attempt to obtain protected health information (PHI).
Cyberthreats are lurking in COVID-19 pandemic
“As more of our employees work from home and are under the collective stress of the COVID-19 pandemic we become easy victims,” said David Ginsberg, PrivaPlan president. “Security reminders and awareness at this time are essential.”
Best HIPAA Practices Working From Home During the COVID-19 Emergency
During the Coronavirus emergency, physicians and healthcare providers may want to adopt telemedicine as a way to provide patient care. This is an acceptable practice under HIPAA and California data and privacy laws but some precautions should be followed.
Can I share a coronavirus patient’s information to protect the public?
This month in light of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a bulletin reminding HIPAA covered entities and their business associates of the ways they may share patient information during an outbreak of infectious disease or other emergency situations.