Completing A HIPAA Risk Assessment Doesn’t Mean You’re HIPAA Compliant
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When you’re in the healthcare and medical field, compliance with HIPAA is absolutely crucial.
Not only is the law in place to ensure that health insurance and confidential patient information is kept secure, but it’s also designed to control administrative costs for your industry.
Many IT companies that provide for practices offer HIPAA risk assessments, but what they don’t tell you is that a risk assessment doesn’t really mean you’ve achieved compliance. In order to ensure you’re working within HIPAA guidelines, we work with you to make sure your processes and procedures are all correct.
Get in touch with CSP, Inc at email@example.com or (919) 424--2000 to discuss the steps we’ll take beyond simple risk assessments to make sure your practice is always abiding by HIPAA compliance regulations.
It’s true that a HIPAA risk assessment is a great idea, whether you’re starting up with a new IT company or just trying to ensure you’re maintaining compliance. But it’s crucial that you understand that a risk assessment doesn’t ensure compliance – it simply tells you where you stand.
CSP, Inc works with you to ensure that after an assessment is complete, all of your operations and processes are adjusted to fall in line with HIPAA regulations.
We make sure your infrastructure is secure, and that all of your client data is properly protected. In addition, it’s important to make sure your entire workforce understands HIPAA guidelines so that they properly handle confidential patient information.
You gain peace of mind knowing that your sensitive client data is always protected, so you’re able to focus 100% of your attention on providing the highest quality of care for your patients.
Get in touch with CSP, Inc to start talking about the important next steps after completing a HIPAA risk assessment. We work to ensure your practice is always compliant with industry standards; reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 424--2000.