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Do you know if your organization meets HIPAA requirements

Failure to comply with HIPAA regulations invites hefty fines and can be debilitating for the financial and reputational health of a business. And it can all start with a single stolen smartphone, laptop, or USB device leading to HIPAA violation.

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This quiz will covers the key areas relating to PHI security in the HIPAA/ HITECH Acts. It can help you identify areas of non-compliance within your organization. This check is not an exhaustive review of all elements of the Acts, nor it can be considered legal advice.

1) Do you have a company-wide data protection policy?


2) Are your company laptops, servers, and smartphones encrypted?


3) Do you allow PHI data to be saved to USB drives or external memory?


4) Do you automatically protect PHI data sent by email?


5) Do you store your PHI data in the cloud (AWS, Azure, Google, others)?


6) Can you manage your employees’ laptops and smartphones remotely?


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Steps needed to identify if your organization  meets HIPAA regulatory requirements:

  1. Determine which of the required annual audits and assessments are applicable to your organization.
    Conduct the required audits and assessments, analyze the results, and document any deficiencies.
  2. Document your remediation plans, put the plans into action, review annually, and update as necessary.
  3. If the organization has not already done so, appoint a HIPAA Compliance, Privacy and/or Security Officer.
  4. Ensure the designated HIPAA Compliance Officer conducts annual HIPAA training for all members of staff.
  5. Ensure HIPAA training and staff member attestation of HIPAA policies and procedures is documented.
  6. Perform due diligence on Business Associates to assess HIPAA compliance and annually review BAAs.
    Review processes for staff members to report breaches and how breaches are notified to HHS OCR.

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