HIPAA Compliance Whitepapers & Tools

Top ten reasons to be compliance preview

Top 10 Reasons to be HIPAA Complaint

Healthcare providers, such as physician offices and all Business Associates that do not take proactive steps towards becoming HIPAA compliant, are placing themselves in peril. Here are our 'Top Ten' reasons why you NEED to be compliant.


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Automation can help manage complex privacy preview

Automation Can Help Manage Complex Privacy and Information Security Compliance

Journal of AHIMA

By Judi Hofman CHI Regional Privacy Officer – Northwest, Corporate Responsibility, at Catholic Health Initiatives


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Understanding HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance

Best Practices in becoming and maintaining HIPAA Compliance while incurring only minimal pain and expense - this document summarizes and explains the four steps of the CompliancePro Solution's HIPAA compliance methodology.


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Analysis of the Federal 2014 CLIA (Clinical Labs) Amendment Addressing HIPAA and Access to Lab Reports

This document illustrates the highlights of the amendment to CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) that intersects HIPAA Privacy. This analysis will be useful to assist in HIPAA policy and procedure updates for parties that may be impacted by these rule changes, which mostly include the patient’s right of access to their PHI under HIPAA Privacy.


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HIPAA Omnibus Privacy Final Rule Modification Summary and Analysis

A high level summary of the new Omnibus Privacy and Security Final Rule modifications, provided to help lessen the learning curve of the 563 pages of Federal HIPAA Rules recently issued; the federal register version published on January 25, 2013.


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Mitigating Risk for Privacy and Security Compliance

A whitepaper by Kelly McLendon, CompliancePro Solutions and Lucy Mancini Newell


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PrivacyPro™ Whitepaper

A Key Component of Privacy Information Management This Whitepaper is the first of a series published by CompliancePro Solutions Founder Kelly McLendon, which will create the foundation of concepts that introduce and explain an entirely new class of software applications that manage privacy compliance. That the increasing requirements of privacy regulations and the dramatic penalties for non-compliance created the need for these types of applications as not surprising, but has gone relatively un-noticed by the marketplace to date. That will change as electronic health records (EHRs) and their electronic protected health information (ePHI) expand, creating the need for automation to manage the supporting back end processes designed to keep them private and secure.


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