HIPAA Compliant Consultants

“We are what we repeatedly do, excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” — Aristotle

HIPAA Compliance Guides

Determine if you are sufficiently adhering to HIPAA. Get steps to do if you discover that you are not. 

HIPAA Documentation Review

Review your organization’s policies and procedures to their adherance to HIPAA regulations. Additionally, review provided for additional privacy and security regulations for your state. 

HIPAA Policies and Procedures

Get your roadmap to HIPAA compliance for your organization with policies and procedures. Our templates cover the standards, requirements, and addressable HIPAA rules. We can customize them for you.

HIPAA Compliance Risk Assessments

We conduct HIPAA risk assessments and audits of your administrative, physical, and technological safeguards to expose gaps in protecting PHI. Let our experienced HIPAA Consultants conduct these periodic assessments so you can focus on what you do best!


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Resolve known (or yet undiscovered) issues and enhance business efficiency with assistance.

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HIPAA Compliance

Your HIPAA Compliance is Important

Your on-going compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, i.e., HIPAA (Public Law 104-191, Aug 20, 1996) requires that reasonable safeguards to protect the privacy of specific health information are done on a regular basis. It is not expected that your safeguards guarantee the privacy of protected health information from all potential risks.

HIPAA requires that covered entities and business associates conduct periodic audits of their organizations to determine if there are Administrative, Technical, and Physical gaps in compliance with HIPAA standards. [See 45 CFR 164.530(c)] There is no such thing as HIPAA Certification formally recognized by HHS (United States Department of Health and Human Services) or OCR (The Office of Civil Rights). (HHS and OCR are responsible for regulating HIPAA.)


Three Pillars of Privacy & Security

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Data Privacy


Data privacy refers to the governance of information and how it is collected, shared, and used. It typically defines who has access to personal identifiable information (PII).

Data Protections

Data Protections


Data protection is a set of strategies and processes you can use to secure the privacy, availability, and integrity of data. They identify the when and where of a business process.

Data Security

Data Security


Data security is protecting data from unauthorized access, corruption, or theft. It provides a safeguards to keep data protected from cybersecurity bad attackers.

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Determining Your Practice’s Compliance

How do you assess your Practice’s HIPAA Compliance? This how-to guide walks you through what steps to follow to determine your Practice’s HIPAA Compliance to the Privacy, Security, Omnibus and Breach Rules. Pre-order your digital PDF copy today.

Establishing HIPAA

Establishing HIPAA Compliance

This guidebook series is designed for covered entities. These guidebooks break down the standards and requirements of HIPAA’s privacy, security, and breach rules. They include sample policies and procedures, assessment documents, and sample documentation to get you started in each of these areas.

HIPAA Compliance Checklists

HIPAA Compliance Checklists

These checklists systematically walk you through HIPAA compliance. It provides a documented method for determining your organization’s HIPAA compliance. It outlines what steps in your risk assessment need action, what areas are adequately documented, and who is assigned to follow up to complete the task.

Consultant Lead HIPAA Assessment

Consultant Lead HIPAA Assessment

HIPAA – and perhaps your State – requires periodic (i.e., annual) audits of your administrative, physical, and technological safeguards to expose gaps. This effort is often challenging, timely, and costly for most covered entities and their business associates. Let our experienced Healthcare Privacy and Security Consultants conduct these assessments for you so you can focus on what you do best!