Blaze Your Compliance Trail
HIPAAtrek guides healthcare organizations through today’s complex compliance rules.
By simplifying your compliance management by making it easier for your staff
members and vendors to access, our software makes running your compliance program simple.
Compliance Is A Journey, Not A Destination
Healthcare is complicated; compliance doesn’t have to be. HIPAAtrek simplifies your HIPAA journey by creating an easy to follow process management practices to foster a culture of compliance in your organization. Stress-free compliance with HIPAAtrek!
Most healthcare professionals struggle to manage compliance in multiple documents, spreadsheets, and departments. HIPAAtrek compiles all your compliance efforts into a single place. Create, implement and manage your compliance in HIPAAtrek!
HIPAAtrekkies never have to worry about falling into a compliance crevasse. HIPAAtrek’s software guides them through the entire compliance process. In the event they ever feel stuck, they just have to call their HIPAAsherpa to get guide them over the crevasse.
HIPAA Myths Debunked
HIPAA Only Applies To Large Organizations, Hospitals, and Insurance Companies
False: If you are a health care provider, hospital, insurance payer, or clearinghouse that electronically transmits ANY Protected Health Information, you are a covered entity under the HIPAA rules, which means you are required to comply with the Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules of HIPAA. Since the majority of claims are billed electronically, chances are even if you are a small physician clinic, you have to comply with HIPAA.
Even vendors (called business associates) that have access to or create, maintain, store or transmit Protected Health Information on your behalf (such as a billing company, outside of IT, consultants, attorney, or accountant) are required to comply with HIPAA.
HIPAA has a large reach affecting millions of organizations across the country. Contact us if you are unsure if HIPAA applies to you.
My EMR Company Takes Care Of My HIPAA
Patient Authorization Required To Refer The Patient To Another Provider
Continuity of care – such a referral, billing services and other healthcare operations do not require the patient’s specific authorization. This can even extend to requesting information from other providers for the purpose of treatment, such as diagnostic testing results. Having internal policies which require patient consent can actually create barriers to care, which is the opposite of the intention behind HIPAA.
HIPAAtrek Has Partnered With The Industries
Best To Keep You Compliant.
From messaging tools, data protection, consulting services, billing providers and many more – you will have everything you need to be successful.