Following some test sites this spring, consulting/services firm KPMG in June 2012 is starting the 150 random HIPAA privacy/security audits that will be conducted during the rest of the year.

At the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s National Institute, June 24-27 in Las Vegas, two KPMG officials will walk through the process. It covers the full range of health care organizations, from mom and pop practices to large delivery systems, says Mark Higdon, a co-presenter and a partner in KPMG’s healthcare advisory unit.

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