Patient Privacy Florida
Information about Patient Privacy Florida
What is Patient Privacy?
Patient Privacy in Florida, as throughout the USA, given the rules and regulations of HIPAA, is now a top priority. Not observing the law regarding the protection of sensitive patient data, will cause you to pay exorbitant fines, and disrupt your business operations. All of the required physical, network, and process security measures must be put in place, and strictly followed. The rules under HIPAA Patient Privacy in Florida, and guidelines apply to individuals/organizations, physicians, nursing homes, insurance companies, Medicare.
The HIPAA Security Rule lays down requirements, to continuously secure electronic protected health information (EPHI) as it moves around the healthcare system. Healthcare organizations, providers, payers, and clearinghouses, must protect EPHI. InfoSight offers you Managed Network Security solutions, and proven healthcare IT approaches, to enforce administrative procedures, technical security mechanisms, and physical safeguards, and so enable you to ensure compliance with HIPAA Rules for proper Patient Privacy in Florida.
InfoSight will competently host your healthcare data; as we are a compliant hosting provider, with administrative, physical and technical patient privacy safeguards in place, and we meet the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services standards. These physical and technical safeguards are relevant to services provided by our HIPAA compliant hosting; Physical and Technical safeguards for Patient Privacy in Florida, Audit reports, Technical policies, Network, transmission, elements of a HIPAA compliant Data Center. We focus steadily on these major elements, with our clients' interest always at the fore.
A Supplemental Act was passed in 2009; The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), which supports the enforcement of HIPAA requirements, by raising the penalties of health organizations that violate HIPAA Patient Privacy in Florida and Security Rules. The HITECH Act responds to Patient Privacy needs, health technology development, and increased use, storage, and transmittal of electronic health information.
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