Following a HIPAA compliance checklist can help HIPAA-covered entities comply with the regulations and become HIPAA compliant. In this HIPAA compliance guide, we’ll review the 8 primary steps to achieving HIPAA compliance, tips on how to implement them, and frequently asked questions.
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HITRUST and HIPAA often go hand-in-hand when talking about security compliance. But what are they, and how do they compare? In this article, we’ll review HITRUST vs. HIPAA, including their differences, similarities, and advantages, and we’ll explain how and when to use them in compliance efforts.
While HIPAA rules benefit both patients and providers, failure to comply with these standards can have significant downsides for both parties. That’s why it is important to understand how HIPAA works and the key areas it covers. Read on to discover the three rules of HIPAA and how you can apply them to help your organization ensure compliance.
This article gives you a broad look at the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) minimum necessary standard. You’ll learn about its requirements, exceptions, and how to implement it.
This article digs into Health Care Accountability and Portability Act (HIPAA) violations. Discover what they are and get examples of typical HIPAA violations in healthcare. Plus, learn how breaches are detected and reported and what you can do to protect your organization.
This article breaks down the different HIPAA penalties—including civil and criminal penalties—and the maximum penalties for HIPAA violations. Find out who is liable under HIPAA, what the most common HIPAA violations are, and how to ensure compliance and prevent HIPAA violations in your own organization.
FISMA vs FedRAMP, NIST vs ISO, SOC 2 vs HIPAA, ISO27001 vs SOC 2: Which Compliance is Right for Me?
FISMA vs FedRAMP, NIST vs ISO, SOC 2 vs HIPAA, ISO27001 vs SOC 2. The differences between these and which compliance is right for you.