DON’T BE A VICTIM
One occurrence of a HIPAA breach brings a fine averaging a couple thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. If someone steals your backup drive, if your data is not encrypted, if someone sells profiles of your patients, you will have to report it when it happens. That means paying a fine per patient.
But even worse than the fines, your reputation, your brand, is ruined.
You’ll have to send a letter to every single patient. The violation will be published. Don’t risk it. Protect your patients and your brand. Feel secure.
We can’t guarantee nothing will ever happen. But we can set you up securely, encrypt data where it happens, and train your staff how to deal with the new computer systems.
GET HIPAA TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANT
WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO HIRE HIPAA KNOWLEDGEABLE TECH EXPERTS
Protect yourself. Protect yourself. Protect yourself.
First things first, there’s something you should know. ICT alone cannot make your office HIPAA compliant. It is ultimately your responsibility to establish policies and participate in relevant training courses. However, we can assist you in creating a HIPAA Technology-Compliant environment by training your staff and discussing additional measures you can take to prepare.
By entrusting us, the experts in medical technology, you can have peace of mind that the necessary steps are being taken. Alternatively, choosing to hire someone else poses a significant risk.
If patient information is not securely protected when a computer or laptop leaves the premises, it puts you at risk of a HIPAA violation. We prioritize ensuring security.
The potential consequences are not worth taking. Healthcare providers, like yourself, have faced substantial financial losses due to HIPAA violations. Reporting a breach to the government is an incredibly stressful situation. However, by demonstrating substantial efforts toward HIPAA compliance and actively protecting Patient Health Information, you can significantly reduce the risk of facing excessive fines.
Here are just a few of the policies we have in place and steps we take to protect you.
- Official processes and procedures to deal with Patient Health Information (PHI).
- We train your staff on best practices and install antivirus software to protect your data.
- Where data resides, we encrypt it.
Our work with you is completely transparent. Everything we do is logged and recorded, so you know what’s been done.