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HIPAA

HIPAA Compliance

  • Virtual Meeting

Service Description

The United States Congress passed HIPAA, or "The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act," a collection of regulations that streamline electronic transactions and specify minimal criteria for network security in response to security concerns in the healthcare and electronic fields. Healthcare companies must implement a security architecture as they work to use the Internet to comply with legal requirements and win over patients' confidence. ​ By standardizing the electronic data for some administrative and financial activities while safeguarding the security and confidentiality of that data, the Administrative Simplification part of HIPAA aims to increase the efficacy and efficiency of the healthcare system. ​Health care providers must adopt HIPAA, maintain up-to-date rules, and give staff members yearly training. It is recommended that you draft paperwork explaining office rules to your patients concerning the privacy of their medical records.


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