Health Data Management’s May Cover Story, “HIPAA Audits: Are You Ready?” walks through how to prepare for and pass an audit of compliance with the HIPAA privacy and security rules from the HHS Office for Civil Rights. Included is this tutorial from the Cleveland Clinic on maximizing proof of compliance through organized documentation by making a Book of Evidence:

Creating a Book of Evidence on an organization's compliance with HIPAA privacy, security and breach rules is not difficult, only takes a couple of weeks, and helps an organization not be overwhelmed if it's selected by the HHS Office for Civil Rights for a random HIPAA audit, says Mark Dill, director of information security at Cleveland Clinic.

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