Medical Privacy Georgia

Information about Medical Privacy

What is Medical Privacy?

Medical Privacy in Georgia, as in other States, is taking on a whole new urgency, as the HIPAA non-compliance and HIPAA violations are prosecuted and reported on front pages. Under HIPAA, all covered entities, physicians, nursing homes, health insurance companies, clearinghouses, Business Associates and their sub-contractors, must safeguard and protect personally identifying patient health information, written and electronic, by observing the well laid out rules. Non-protection of patient data, will result in high civil/criminal penalties, and disrupt your business operations.

The HIPAA rules for Medical Privacy in Georgia spell out responsibilities, and they include training of the workforce, on the use, storage, and retrieval of patient data. InfoSight Inc. offers that type of training, in addition to our services for the professional implementation of the most ideal Healthcare IT Security Systems, compatible, and appropriate to your size, organizational structure, and risks. HIPAA requirements for protecting sensitive data can be a costly proposition; we make it simple and affordable, saving you time and much money.

InfoSight is well-equipped to host your patient data, and protect it, allowing you to have much more time to focus on your other matters, the HIPAA administrative requirements, and patient care. We are a compliant hosting provider, with administrative, physical and technical safeguards in place, meeting the most stringent U.S. Department of Health and Human Services requirements. We understand intimately Medical Privacy in Georgia and its IT demands. Why search for IT assistance and data hosting, when we are leaders in IT?

A Supplemental Act was passed in 2009 called The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Ac; it supports the enforcement of HIPAA requirements, by raising the penalties of health organizations that violate HIPAA Medical Privacy and Security Rules. The HITECH Act is a response to health technology development, and increased use, storage and transmittal of electronic health information.

If you would like more information regarding Medical Privacy, contact us today to discuss your requirements.

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