Patient Privacy Georgia

Information about Patient Privacy Georgia

What is Patient Privacy?
The rules for HIPAA Patient Privacy in Georgia, require covered entities, physicians, nursing homes, health insurance companies, clearinghouses, Business Associates and their sub-contractors, to safeguard and protect personally identifying patient health information, written and electronic. Not observing protection of patient data, will result in high civil and criminal penalties, disrupt your business operations, and spark off negative publicity, which will damage your reputation. With the help of our expert InfoSight Inc. HIPAA Team, and our Healthcare IT Services, you can avoid such problems.

The HIPAA rules for Patient Privacy in Georgia spell out the various responsibilities, and they include training of the workforce on the proper use, storage, and retrieval of patient data. We, here at InfoSight Inc. offer 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 particular risks. The many HIPAA requirements for protecting sensitive data are often a costly proposition; we make it simple and affordable for you.

Benefit from the expertise of the InfoSight Inc. Team. Let us navigate the HIPAA regulatory landscape for you, and put you on track. Whether it is Cloud-based Applications or other issues, we are competent and ready to effectively address them for you. If you face a tightening budget, and scarce resources, we will be flexible with you, and search for a range of reasonable options, and outline them to you, within a phased plan. Meet with us, and learn how we can move you towards HIPAA compliance, as we simplify the complexity of the technical IT requirements of HIPAA and Patient Privacy in Georgia.

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 organizations which violate HIPAA Patient Privacy in Georgia.  The HITECH Act responds to Patient Privacy needs, health technology development, and increased use, storage, and transmittal of sensitive electronic patient health information.

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

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