Compliance Solutions - HIPAA Security Rule and BSA/Software Audits and Reviews
Compliance with the myriad State and Federal data-security regulation is a simple fact of corporate existence for many entities (and increasingly so). Healthcare providers, health-insurance processors, and related entities are among those with specific data-security requirements dealing with the protection and breach reporting of confidential, client information.
Beyond compliance requirements, protecting the security of PHI (Personal Health Information) or PII (Personally Identifiable Information) is critical to maintaining your entity's brand and reputation. A breach of this data is one means to have these destroyed or otherwise damaged, apart from the litigation risk a breach may bring.
Spectrum's goal in terms of PHI and PII security is to provide our clients with the highest ROI on their audit spend, focusing on those elements most critical to the protection of their customers' data. Click on the links below to learn more about each of these service offerings.
Spectrum provides audit services relating to the HIPAA Security Rule. This is the section of HIPAA which speaks to the Adminstrative and Technical aspects of meeting HIPAA's security requirements.
Spectrum works to provide both an "audit to the policies" approach as well as looking to provide practical feedback on the areas of the Security Rule seen to be most at risk with a particular entity.
Software audits evaluate your firm's compliance with software-licensing agreements. This may be part of a BSA-audit or related review, focused upon a installed applications to evaluate their impact on your security profile.
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