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
the only comprehensive, economical,
HIPAA compliance solution,
endorsed by medical associations
and recommended by malpractice carriers nationwide.
“I thought the Training...was very well done and appreciate the ability to train in this manner. Well worth the money and I plan to pass it along to my fellow managers . . .”
“I have found this program to be the most user friendly compliance program available. Your questions and answer forum gives subscribers a way to discuss real life issues that are constantly arising in a medical office. Thank you for creating such a great over all program on compliance.”
“PrivaPlan was easy to use and helped my practice meet it’s objectives quickly. The support of the staff was helpful and made completion of the project timely. I would recommend PrivaPlan to anyone attempting Meaningful Use.”
"PrivaPlan is an excellent resource when dealing with the many aspects of HIPAA. I am especially fond of the quick response to email when I have inquired regarding specific issues. I think PrivPlan has made the implementation and continued understanding of HIPAA much easier."
"We enjoyed the webinar tremendously. David Ginsberg is so knowledgeable and we have enjoyed hearing him speak for several years now. We learned a lot and were glad to have the opportunity to listen on Wednesday. Thanks again."
PrivaPlan Blog Posts
Windows 7 support ends January 14, 2020
On January 14, 2020, Microsoft stopped free support for Windows 7 just as promised.
Do you understand what PHI is?
An apparent lack of understanding of what defines Protected Health Information (PHI) has cost one hospital system $2.175 million in fines to the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Unencrypted mobile devices lead to $3 million HIPAA settlement
One lost flash drive and one stolen laptop are costing one hospital system $3 million because both mobile devices were not encrypted.
HHS releases proposal to overhaul patient privacy rules for addiction treatment
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced proposed changes late last week to the federal regulations governing the confidentiality of patient records created by federally-assisted substance use disorder treatment programs, known as 42 CFR Part 2. Drafted in 1975, 42 CFR Part 2 was designed to protect patient records created by federally-assisted programs…
Are your Business Associates protecting your patient data?
This week, American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA), the billing collections vendor for both Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp, reported to both companies that the data of nearly 20 million customers may have been compromised.