Having worked with the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) through investigations and corrective action plans, our HIPAA consultants have built a robust understanding of the best ways to be compliant and audit-ready. Our HIPAA consulting offerings provide insight into your current HIPAA compliance, as well as a roadmap for moving forward with confidence.
Required by HIPAA, SRAs—identifying security risks and mitigation opportunities—are the most commonly cited deficiency by the OCR.
An in-depth examination of your privacy program, policies, and procedures, in preparation for coming changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
A unique analysis focused specifically on your Right of Access requirements and protection of patient rights.
Required by HIPAA, a Security Risk Analysis is the foundation of a strong compliance program. After all, you can’t create a roadmap to success unless you know where you are starting. Beyond a compliance requirement, SRAs also help your organization identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and protect patient information.
At HIPAAtrek, our Security Risk Analyses are more complete, encompassing more HIPAA regulations than others—so you can fill the gaps and finally find compliance confidence. We address four areas: Risk Analysis, Risk Management, Evaluation, and Application and Data Criticality Analysis, and provide an extensive summary of our findings for your ongoing reference.
Our HIPAA compliance experts dive deep into your security program to identify potential risks to your organization and patient data.
We evaluate our findings, compiling a gap report for your security program and identifying opportunities for improvement.
Working through the gaps in your existing security program, we offer recommended actions to correct gaps and create compliance.
Applications and data criticality analysis, required by HIPAA, prioritizes data and programs based on importance to your business functions.
The HIPAAtrek Privacy Gap Assessment is a unique offering focused specifically on your privacy program (whereas other assessments focus more on security). As the privacy rule changes this year, it is critical to assess privacy gaps specifically in order to close them and create compliance.
In consultation with your team, our in-house compliance experts will review your existing privacy policies and procedures, identifying gaps and mitigation strategies and compiling our findings into a report for your team. We also build a roadmap to support your team in navigating the changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule coming in 2023.
Our HIPAA compliance experts review your existing privacy policies and procedures to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement.
We compile our findings into a report that includes gaps in your current privacy policies and procedures relative to the current version of the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Working through the gaps in your existing privacy program, we offer recommended actions to correct gaps and create compliance.
Based on your current policies, processes, and procedures, we offer a roadmap to navigating the changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule coming in Q1 of 2023.
Our Patient Rights Report is specifically focused on HIPAA Right of Access, a patient right granted under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, which protects the rights of patients to receive their medical records. Patients are more aware of their rights than ever before, and hindering access can be a risk not only to your compliance, but your organization’s reputation as well.
Our Patient Rights Report includes an assessment of your patient bill of rights, as well as access to PHI, identifying gaps and recommended corrective actions. We also offer a roadmap to navigating the changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule coming in 2023.
Our HIPAA compliance experts review your patient bill of rights to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement.
We perform an assessment of your organization’s access to PHI to ensure compliance with updated right of access laws.
We compile our findings into a report that includes gaps in your compliance related to patient rights, and recommended actions to correct these gaps.
Based on your current policies, processes, and procedures, we offer a roadmap to navigating the changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule coming in Q1 of 2023 where patient rights are concerned.