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Paths to HIPAA Audit Prep: Real Examples of Doing More with Less

In this webinar, speakers discussed OCR HIPAA Audit findings and observations including audit controls, monitoring, and access management. They also discussed the options of developing expertise through training your own staff or gaining access to privacy experts to offload the burden.

Lisa Salsberry from Riverside Health System explained how she worked closely with experts to develop an effective patient privacy program through updating policies and internal communication, and training internal staff to conduct monitoring and investigations.

Karen Grimaldi from Moffitt Cancer Center explained how Managed Privacy Services offloaded the burden on her internal staff with monitoring, follow-up, investigations and governance, and instant access to expertise and best practices.