Do you Need HIPAA Help?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) enacted in 1996 requires any organization working with protected health information (PHI) to be HIPAA compliant. However, navigating the HIPAA regulation can be difficult, as it is meant to apply to single doctor practices, hospitals, insurance companies, business associates, and any other entity working in healthcare in any capacity. When working on your HIPAA compliance, it is best to work with a HIPAA expert to ensure that you have everything you need in place. Do you need HIPAA help?

HIPAA Help with Compliancy Group

Compliancy Group was founded to service small to mid-sized businesses looking for help with HIPAA compliance. Previously, there were no compliance solutions for smaller businesses, making it difficult for them to be HIPAA compliant. Compliancy Group’s proprietary methodology allows organizations working in healthcare to Achieve, Illustrate, MaintainTM HIPAA compliance. 

Compliancy Group developed the GuardTM, a cloud-based compliance software platform, to give clients the ability to work on their HIPAA compliance program from anywhere with an internet connection. The Guard contains everything you need to Achieve compliance, vet your vendors, document your due diligence, train employees, report breaches, and provide documentation in the event of a HIPAA audit.

You don’t need to know anything about HIPAA compliance to work with Compliancy Group, dedicated Compliance CoachesTM will guide you through the entire HIPAA compliance implementation process. You will meet with your Compliance Coach virtually over 5 to 8 meetings. Each 30 minute meeting teaches you how to complete the documentation necessary to demonstrate your “good faith effort” towards total HIPAA compliance. 

Upon completion of the six-stage implementation process, you are eligible to receive the Seal of ComplianceTM. The Seal is available for display on your website, in your email signature, and as a sticker to display in the window of your business. The Seal is not a HIPAA certification, as there is no HIPAA certification available in the market, however, it is meant to validate and verify that you have all of the documentation necessary to prove your “good faith effort” towards HIPAA compliance. 

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