FairWarning Inc., a vendor of privacy breach detection software for health care organizations, has released the first of three best-practice guidance documents based on its implementation experience with more than 300 hospitals and 1,200 clinics.

The documents reflect lessons that the vendor and its customers have learned as they sought the best ways of using data the software can collect, says Kurt Long, CEO at the St. Petersburg, Fla.-based company. The material is appropriate for provider organizations, software vendors, systems integrators and others who act as covered entities or business associates handling protected health information.

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