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As healthcare organizations increasingly adopt new digital technologies, adhering to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is more important than ever. With over 50 administrative, technical, and physical control requirements, however, HIPAA compliance can be a daunting process even for the most sophisticated organizations.

Zaviant specializes in helping healthcare providers, insurers, and other healthcare-tangential organizations meet all HIPAA compliance requirements, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patient data.

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What is HIPAA?

HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, was enacted by the US Congress in 1996. It was designed to ensure the portability and continuity of health insurance coverage for individuals, safeguard the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI), and establish standards for electronic health transactions. HIPAA, which consists of several rules including the Privacy Rule, Security Rule, Enforcement Rule, and Breach Notification Rule, stipulates how healthcare organizations must handle patient data. Compliance is mandatory for any organizations that have access to PHI.

Why Is HIPAA Compliance Important?

First and foremost, HIPAA compliance safeguards the privacy and security of patients’ sensitive health information (known as protected health information or PHI), preserving their rights to privacy and confidentiality. Furthermore, the high value of data managed by healthcare organizations and their partners makes them attractive targets for cyber attacks. Therefore, taking a proactive approach to HIPAA compliance is necessary to protect organizations handling PHI from catastrophic data breaches.

Finally, HIPAA noncompliance can be extremely costly, both monetarily and otherwise. Failing to comply with HIPAA may result in fines, criminal charges, civil lawsuits, corrective action plans, potential loss of eligibility for government healthcare programs, and more.

Protect Patient Information

Health information is among the most sensitive data an organization can manage. HIPAA compliance ensures this information is secure.

Prevent Data Breaches

Healthcare organizations are prime targets for cyber attacks. HIPAA compliance ensures your organization is adequately protected from data breaches.

Avoid Serious Penalties

HIPAA compliance is taken extremely seriously. Failing to meet requirements can result in a range of penalties and fines.

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How Zaviant Can Help

Zaviant serves as a trusted HIPAA Compliance partner for both covered entities and business associates. We can help your organization:

Conduct a HIPAA gap analysis

Build an audit-ready patient data environment

Achieve full HIPAA compliance

Conduct network penetration testing and vulnerability assessments

Implement security controls in line with HIPAA standards

HIPAA security awareness and training

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