Don’t wait for a HIPAA breach to occur before you take action. Doing so can be an expensive mistake. HIPAA regulations require you to handle breaches with a specific protocol. If you don’t, penalties and fines can be as much as $50,000 per day for noncompliance.
Taking the appropriate steps from the discovery of a breach (or suspected breach) through to its resolution is the only way to protect yourself. That’s where national HIPAA expert John Brewer comes in. During his training session, John will walk you through the specific requirements to comply with HIPAA guidelines CFR 164.400-414.
Here are just a few of the practical, step-by-step tactics you’ll receive so you can develop an easy and effective HIPAA breach action plan:
- 3 must-take actions steps to take in a suspected breach
- Incorporate proven Safe Harbors most practices fail to do
- Never miss a breach notification deadline again and avoid hefty fines
- Protect yourself from Business Associate breaches
- And so much more…
A breach in your patients’ personal information can occur when you least expect it. You could get accused of a breach by an angry patient, a thumb drive or laptop could get lost or stolen or you could actually get hacked. Either way, no one is immune. The only thing you can do is prepare for the worst and hope it never happens.
Don’t allow yourself to become one of the many practices facing millions in HIPAA violation penalties. No one ever thinks it will happen to them, but it does every day. By the time a breach occurs it could be too late. But you can do something to protect yourself. Don’t delay, order this training session today.
Early in the 2000’s John got heavily involved with HIPAA compliance as he desired to ensure his medical IT clients were compliant with the law. As he researched he realized most people had no idea how HIPAA compliance was to coincide with their computers.
Over the years he has become an expert on HIPAA compliance, and as a byproduct, Meaningful Use compliance as it deals with the Security Risk Assessment which is a requirement started by Stage 1, that essentially will never end.
His company, Med Tech USA LLC, provides private practice physicians with solutions to simplify the HIPAA compliance process.
Love the presentation, well presented.