HIPAA Security and Compliance Infographics
Using a picture and visual graphics to represent data and information is called an infographic. It is a great way to display statistical data that shows comparisons or charts that come from research and reports. In these HIPAA Security and Compliance infographics, see how privacy breaches are threatening healthcare organizations, how non-compliance can have serious repercussions, why having a comprehensive and vigilant HIPAA compliance program is best, and why safeguarding information is everyone’s shared responsibility. See other infographics we have featured.
Privacy Breaches Threaten Healthcare Organizations, Are You Prepared?
Almost 20 years after HIPAA was enacted, the healthcare industry is facing unprecedented risk to patient privacy and security – and that risk is only going to get worse. To take control, providers need to take action now and manage security and compliance risk as they manage clinical and financial risk. In short, they need to make data control a fundamental part of a population strategy. With the influx of mobile devices, inconsistent encryption policies, and over-taxed staff prone to human error, health data breaches are occuring at an alarming rate. See the complete infographic for the stats.
This infographic is brought to you by Caradigm (@Caradigm), a population health company dedicated to helping organizations improve care, reduce costs and manage risk. Caradigm analytics solutions provide insight into patients, populations and performance, enabling healthcare organizations to understand their clinical and financial risk and identify the actions needed to address it. Caradigm population health solutions enable teams to deliver the appropriate care to patients through effective coordination and patient engagement, helping to improve outcomes and financial results.
There’s No Such Thing as a HIPAA-compliant App
Noncompliance with HIPAA regulations can have serious repercussions for healthcare organizations. A recent study showed the average cost of a data breach in the past two years was $2.4 million per organization, plus a serious hit to their reputations. The problem is, when it comes to communication between clinicians, electronic protected health information (ePHI) is not locked down in most health systems and practices. See what the current situation is, what problems and potential dangers there are, and how to comply in the complete infographic.
This infographic is brought to you by PerfectServe (@PerfectServe), a single, unified communications platform that connects clinicians in any care setting, across the care continuum, inside or outside of your organization. Importantly, PerfectServe solutions can help you drive meaningful improvement in your care delivery processes.
5 Elements for an Effective HIPAA Audit Prep Program
The upcoming OCR permanent audit program demonstrates an effort to adopt a more agrressive approach to investigating compliance with HIPAA standards. So, how can you prepare for the audits and continue to operate in an environment of increasingly strict regulatory enforcement? A comprehensive and vigilant HIPAA compliance program is your best bet, starting with these five elements – See them in the complete infographic.
This infographic is brought to you by Coalfire (@CoalfireITGRC), a fast-growing IT Governance, Risk and Compliance (IT GRC) firm, serving as a trusted advisor and IT GRC tools-provider to security-conscious leaders in Retail, Financial Services, Healthcare, Hospitality, Higher Education, Government and Utilities. They help their clients recognize and control IT-related risks and maintain compliance with all major industry and government standards.
Information Security Is Everyone’s Shared Responsibility
Safeguarding information is everyone’s shared responsibility. Now, in light of well-publicized and recent cyber attacks, the alarm has sounded for all healthcare organizations to take proactive steps to safeguard information. The inaugural NCSA-HIMSS infographic gives healthcare organizations an educational resource to share with all workforce members to help keep healthcare information safe and secure. See the complete infographic for all the details.
This infographic is brought to you by HIMSS (@HIMSS), a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT). HIMSS leads efforts to optimize health engagements and care outcomes using information technology.