HIPAA consists of a complex set of rules and regulations that healthcare organizations have an obligation to adhere to. So how can you manage your HIPAA compliance in a simplified manner? To provide guidance, HIPAA compliance management is discussed.

HIPAA Compliance Management and HIPAA Software

Although you can manage your HIPAA compliance on your own, it is likely that by doing so, you will fail to address one of the requirements. This is because HIPAA law was written to apply to a variety of types and sizes of healthcare organizations, and as such, does not provide specific guidelines for implementing an effective HIPAA compliance program.

HIPAA Compliance Management

An effective compliance program ensures the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of protected health information (PHI). By using HIPAA software, your compliance efforts are simplified, and your efforts are significantly reduced. In addition, your HIPAA compliance can be tracked and managed from one centralized location. Your HIPAA compliance is also fully documented to prove your “good faith effort” towards compliance should you be subject to a HIPAA audit.

HIPAA Compliance Management with Compliancy Group

Compliancy Group’s proven Achieve, Illustrate, Maintain™ (AIM) methodology allows both covered entities and business associates to implement an effective HIPAA compliance program. Our AIM methodology simplifies compliance so that you can confidently focus on your business. What’s even better is our Compliance Coaches™ guide clients through the process, giving you peace of mind in your compliance.

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Our HIPAA software includes:


HIPAA requires covered entities to complete six annual self-audits, while business associates must complete five. Compliancy Group’s software includes all of the required HIPAA self-audits, allowing clients to easily complete them through a series of yes/no questions. 

Gap identification and remediation.

Through completion of your self-audits, our software identifies gaps in your compliance. To address gaps, your Compliance Coach will provide you with remediation efforts in accordance with HIPAA standards.

Policies and procedures.

A key component of HIPAA compliance management requires you to have policies and procedures dictating the proper uses and disclosures of PHI, how you protect that PHI, and how to report a breach should one occur. Our HIPAA software provides you with policies and procedures that comply with the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules.

Employee training.

To ensure that your organization complies with HIPAA standards, all employees that have the potential to access PHI must be trained. Employee training must be completed annually and include HIPAA basics, your organization’s policies and procedures, cybersecurity best practices, and the proper use of social media.

Business associate management.

As business associates create, receive, transmit, store, or maintain PHI on behalf of their healthcare clients, they must be HIPAA compliant. It is a healthcare organization’s responsibility to ensure that their business associates are HIPAA compliant. This is accomplished through vendor questionnaires and business associate agreements. Our HIPAA software includes all of the documentation required to ensure your business associates’ compliance.

Incident management. 

Should you experience a breach of PHI, you must report the breach to affected patients, the HHS’ Office for Civil Rights, and in some cases the media. Compliancy Group gives clients the ability to report suspected incidents anonymously, and allows incidents to be tracked.

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