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Always at the forefront of privacy innovation, the expansive Kettering Health Network needed a proactive monitoring platform to satisfy regulatory needs and ensure patient data privacy and security
Memorial Healthcare System's privacy and security comeback: discover how the organization went from a record-setting breach settlement to a purveyor of patient privacy excellence.
As a high-net-worth insurance carrier, the PURE Insurance Group of Companies needed to know: Is it better to build or buy a cloud security solution for Salesforce?
Originally adopted to add expertise to Southeastern Health's analysis of privacy incidents, Managed Privacy Services has introduced a new world of time savings and efficiency to the organization.
Nebraska Methodist Health System realized that, in order to keep up with its dynamic growth, it also needed to strengthen and simplify its patient privacy and compliance program.
“Before FairWarning, all of our EHR monitoring would be done manually, making it a very reactive process and difficult to pinpoint users," says MaineGeneral's HIM Operations Manager, Tara Yeaton.
With about 16,000 team members at the Prisma Health–Upstate affiliate alone, the privacy team realized that it needed advanced patient privacy solutions to save time and manage potential incidents.
Discover how Community Hospital saves staff time with more streamlined EHR system monitoring, enforced security and privacy protocols, and helps the IT team keep up with HIPAA compliance standards.
When Baptist Health Care became concerned about confidentiality among its EHR records, the facility needed a way to provide a comprehensive access report. Find out how they solved the challenge.
As NHS Lothian moved forward with their eHealth strategy, they needed to ensure electronic patient records were available to appropriate parties while reassuring patients of their privacy.
As one of the first NHS Foundation Trusts in England, Homerton has a reputation for excellent care . They were also expecting an influx of VIP patients whose privacy would need to be safeguarded.
Memorial Hermann was concerned its privacy tool would not be enough to fully comply with HIPAA and ARRA HITECH -- so the Texas system started searching for more robust privacy monitoring solutions.
With increasing regulatory requirements and a strong reputation to uphold, Detroit Medical Center recognized the need for more advanced auditing capabilities. Find out how they rose to the challenge.
To keep up with privacy auditing, IT staff at Everett Clinic needed a tool that provides automated monitoring of multiple diverse applications. Discover their all-in-one solution that saves time.
Internal threats from employees now represent the single greatest concern for most healthcare organizations. The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine sought help in countering those threats.
As the Saint Luke’s privacy team conducted assessments and audits to identify potential vulnerabilities, they found that uncovering patient data access was a long and tedious process.
With increasing regulations and standards for privacy and security, Halifax Regional knew they could not keep up with requirements using their existing manual auditing process.
Find out how Columbus Regional Health developed a culture of privacy and compliance, established new guidelines to review system access every month, and significantly reduced reporting time.
At any given time, Health First’s proactive auditing activities required between six and eight full-time employees, and results took from a few days to as much as a few weeks to produce.
When HIPAA Privacy/Security Officer Dena Boggan joined St. Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital, she found a less-than-optimal environment for maintaining HIPAA compliance and security.