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Hitting Meaningful Use Stage 2 at Full Force

2013 was an exciting year for the healthcare industry! Many organizations have achieved Meaningful Use stage 1 and are now beginning to move toward meeting stage 2. While Meaningful Use stage 2 is even more robust that the previous stage, … Continue reading

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Data Breaches and Downtime: Making Sure Your Enterprise Remains Secure

Data Breaches happen across a multitude of industries, and occur more often than many would like to admit. The healthcare industry has been particularly susceptible to breaches. Most recently, University of Washington Medicine’s Medical Center found themselves trying to clean … Continue reading

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The HIPAA Final Rule: Security Risk Analysis

The most recent HIPAA Final Rule which was released on March 26th, 2013 pays particular attention to the Security of (electronic patient health information) ePHI as well as specific requirements around Contingency Planning. If you’re like most healthcare customers, you’re … Continue reading

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The HIPAA Final Rule: What does this mean in terms of System Downtime?

Over the past few years organizations have been well informed of the latest HIPAA rules. The HIPAA rules have included specifics around how to control privacy, security and overall patient safety related to electronic use of data. The newest rule, … Continue reading

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