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Start with our Compliance + Security plan:
The services in our Compliance and Security plan address the HIPAA HITECH Act and are complemented by HIPAA Business Associates Agreements to comply with the 2013 HIPAA Omnibus Rule. In addition to the services included in this plan, we recommend you consider adding Hosted PBX and Skype for Business.
CIO Dynamics security, reliability, onboarding, support and regulatory compliance—are designed to ensure that nothing distracts you and your employees from adding value to your business.
Physicians already spend 22% of time on paperwork for insurance, billing and compliance. And the pressures for efficiencies are increasing:
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For healthcare organizations who need HIPAA-compliant email and file sharing, the CIO Dynamics Compliance and Security plan provides the assurance of independently audited services backed by a Business Associates agreement, and that includes secure mobility, file collaboration and web app single-sign-on services. Unlike other solutions, CIO Dynamics provides a worry-free experience that is easy to deploy and manage, all from one vendor.
CIO Dynamics gives you security and privacy controls for protected health information
CIO Dynamics services are designed to meet the privacy and security requirements for Protected Health Information (PHI). Our policies, procedures, technologies and services are audited by an independent party to validate conformance with HIPAA privacy and security requirements, and CIO Dynamics will execute a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement with Covered Entities.
Facilitate compliance with federal and state laws, including:
Single sign-on technologyaugments authentication, providing management controls and usage tracking to ensure that protected patient data doesn’t get into the wrong hands—or become visible to those without authorization to see and use it.
Why encryption matters:
Data encryption protects patient information and provides safe harbor against penalties and notification rules.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was signed into law in 1996. It has gained notoriety for establishing regulatory standards around patient data security and privacy. Just recently, however, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Civil Rights (OCR) significantly has ramped its HIPAA audit program, with an increased focus on risk assessments.
Secure, reliable email, file sharing, voice and essential IT services to protect patient privacy and assure HIPAA compliance.
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The benefits of cloud-based IT services + the HIPAA compliance healthcare providers need