A full-fledged random HIPAA privacy/security/breach notification audit program in the HHS Office for Civil Rights is long overdue, in part by delays in implementing technology to manage the program, but it still is coming.
At a HIMSS Conference presentation in New Orleans in early 2013, Mark Dill, director of information security at Cleveland Clinic, walked through creating a Book of Evidence on an organizations compliance with HIPAA privacy, security and breach notification rules. With the advent of organized and sophisticated hacking of healthcare organizations for profit, here is an encore presentation.
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