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EHR2.0
EHR2.0
Services:  Meaningful Use Risk Analysis; HIPAA/HITECH Security Risk Assessment; HHS/CMS Audit Preparation; Staff Training; Webinars

EHR 2.0 offers comprehensive healthcare compliance services to medical practices and organizations using electronic patient records.

We assist in securing the IT infrastructure in compliance with HIPAA, HIPAA Omnibus Rules/HITECH rules and educate healthcare workforce about the regulations.

We use the National Institute of Science and Technology’s (NIST) standards, methodology and best practices guidelines to set up a security program in compliance to HIPAA & HITECH Privacy, Security & Breach Notification Rules.

Our services help protect the confidentiality of PHI, the security of PHI and puts in place breach notification standards and procedures as per the regulations.

Our Security Consultants are certified in CISSP, CISA & CISM.

Compliance regulations and guidelines of HIPAA & HITECH require health care organization to conduct regular Security Risk Assessments in order to identify reasonably foreseeable risks that – if left unchecked – could lead to unauthorized disclosure, misuse, alteration, or destruction of confidential information.

A Security Risk Assessment determines what type of controls are required to protect assets and resources (physical locations, networks/servers, staff, etc.) from threats – allowing your organization to reduce exposure and maintain an acceptable “risk tolerance”.

The Security Risk Assessment process evaluates the likelihood and potential damage of identified threats, measures the individual risk level of each asset as they relate to Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA), and then gauges the effectiveness of existing controls to limit the organization’s exposure such risk. Results help the organization identify which assets are most critical, provide a basis for prioritization and recommend a course for remediation.

What are the consequences of not conducting a thorough Security Risk Assessment?

  • Non compliance Regulatory Penalties
  • Patient data compromised
  • Legal Implication
  • Loss of Job
  • Loss of Reputation
  • Practice listed in the “Wall of Shame” on HHS’s website

Health care organizations have a responsibility to implement and maintain a formal Security Risk Assessment process to identify and evaluate risks and protect patient data.

Talk to EHR 2.0’s Certified Security Consultants today about getting HIPAA & HITECH ready.

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