HIPAA Computer Policy Pack

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Online HIPAA computer policy template

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The HIPAA policy in your office is the foundation to living up to the rules and regulations of HIPAA.

You HIPAA technology policy should be laid out simply and clearly. Additionally, each employee should sign this policy accepting responsibility and understanding of the HIPAA policy. This should occur each year, as policies should be updated each year.

Without a HIPAA Policy in your office, there is no direction and it virtually guarantees that your practice will operate in violation of HIPAA laws.

If you haven’t figured it out yet…the HIPAA regulations a forcing your practice to function more formally…more like a bureaucracy. Yep, that stinks, but the reality is, this will make your practice function much more efficiently.

What You Get

The Regulations require that you have policies and procedures in place. This packet of policies is geared toward computer use, computer security and network security.

Everything from password policies to virus protection to network security…it is all covered in this computer policy pack.

…Don’t worry
…We’ve made this easy for you.

Our HIPAA computer Pack is a hold-your-hand simple process to ensure you are compliant with this requirement.

There are many references to having policies and procedures in place throughout the HIPAA regulations. Even where no specific mention of a policy is mentioned, if you have a process in your office, you need a policy.

What The Reg Says

CFR 164.306 (e) A covered entity or business associate must review and modify the security measures implemented under this subpart as needed to continue provision of reasonable and appropriate protection of electronic protected health information, and update documentation of such security measures in accordance with §164.316(b)(2)(iii).

CFR 164.308
Standard: Security management process. Implement policies and procedures to prevent, detect, contain, and correct security violations.
(2) Standard: Assigned security responsibility. Identify the security official who is responsible for the development and implementation of the policies and procedures required by this subpart for the covered entity or business associate.
(3)(i) Standard: Workforce security. Implement policies and procedures to ensure that all members of its workforce have appropriate access to electronic protected health information, as provided under paragraph (a)(4) of this section, and to prevent those workforce members who do not have access under paragraph (a)(4) of this section from obtaining access to electronic protected health information.
(4)(i) Standard: Information access management. Implement policies and procedures for authorizing access to electronic protected health information that are consistent with the applicable requirements of subpart E of this part.
(6)(i) Standard: Security incident procedures. Implement policies and procedures to address security incidents.

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