OCR Fines Phoenix Cardiac Practice for HIPAA Privacy/Security Violations

Published
  • April 17 2012, 10:45pm EDT

Phoenix Cardiac Surgery, P.C, with offices in Phoenix and Prescott, Ariz., will pay a $100,000 fine and implement a corrective action plan under a resolution agreement with the HHS Office for Civil Rights following HIPAA privacy and security rule violations.

OCR began an investigation after learning that the physician practice was posting clinical and surgical appointments on an Internet-based calendar that was publicly accessible, according to an April 17 announcement from the agency. The investigation found that the practice had few policies and procedures to comply with the privacy and security rules.

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