Be HIPAA Compliant with Confidence
HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, provides a set of information security requirements for organizations that fall under the category of a covered entity. These are organizations that handle, transmit, or receive electronic protected health information (ePHI).
HIPAA regulations not only apply to clinics and healthcare providers, but any healthcare-related organizations such as medical device companies, or organizations that handle data that falls under the definition of PHI.
Build a HIPAA-Compliant Security Program with the Right Team
Gap and Risk Assessment
Measure your current security environment against HIPAA requirements to identify areas that need to be addressed for compliance.
Utilize a HIPAA compliance program to build and integrate the right policies and processes with your whole program in mind.
Management and Support
Our security team has extensive experience in managing and supporting the maintenance of compliant security programs.
Training and Awareness
We establish training and awareness to keep your employees up-to-date on healthcare-related information security threats.
Build a HIPAA-Compliant Security Program with the Right Team.
Gain a competitive advantage with your prospective clients and current business partners with a strong HIPAA-compliant security program.
Go Beyond Compliance
Don’t just meet the regulatory requirements for the sake of compliance; build a repeatable security program that can adapt.
Effectively Protect PHI
Build your security program with innovative and efficient processes to keep critical business and patient data safe from potential attack.
Customized Program Support
Customized HIPAA compliant security program scope based on findings and overall organizational requirements.
"The information security demands on a top five US healthcare provider are complicated, to say the least. Adam and team helped us to develop and implement a multi-year security program roadmap and accompanying program processes to ensure we are well positioned to take on the complexities of the future."
— Brian Kreitzer Chief Information Security Officer, UCLA Health