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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HIPAA compliance solution,
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“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.”
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PrivaPlan Blog Posts
W-2 phishing season is here…again
As the tax season gets underway, you can bet that cyber criminals are doing their tax preparations for W-2 phishing; they’re preparing to dupe hundreds of payroll and HR departments into providing W-2 data on their employees.
Phishing scam exposes PHI of patients at Colorado Mental Health Institute
As the year comes to an end, there appears to be no end in sight for healthcare data hacks. An employee at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo recently fell for a phishing scam that potentially exposed the PHI of 650 patients.
Will a Federal Data Security and Breach Notification Act finally get passed?
Three Democratic Senators re-introduced a Data Security and Breach Notification Act on Thursday that has failed to get legislative approval since 2015.
Protect your data: 10 tips for online shopping
The National Retail Foundation says that 78 million people plan to do online shopping on Cyber Monday. No doubt a good number of those will do that at work.
New HIPAA guidance released in opioid crisis
Responding to the opioid crisis, the OCR explains when and how healthcare providers can share a patient’s health information without violating HIPAA.