Meet your senior level HIPAA Compliance Expert and determine your scope.
Why start with a HIPAA Risk Analysis?
- A Risk Analysis is required by 45 CFR 164.308(a)(1)(ii)(A)
- The Risk Analysis was the most common issue found in the Phase 1 HIPAA audits and is necessary in order to meet HIPAA requirements.
- The Risk Analysis is specifically designed to help you identify your unique risks to ePHI.
- It’s the right first step because it lays out a roadmap to properly protect ePHI by prioritizing the greatest vulnerabilities.
Utilizing a third party like KirkpatrickPrice to conduct your Risk Analysis can specifically be helpful if you have limited resources, and are uncertain about the regulatory requirements or the Risk Analysis process. KirkpatrickPrice’s experience and training can help make the Risk Analysis and HIPAA compliance audit process manageable for your organization.
What do I need to do to be confident I will pass an audit from the OCR?
Have you received a questionnaire from the OCR regarding the Phase 2 HIPAA audits? Are you unsure of what you need to do to be certain you’re prepared? If you’re not confident in your overall compliance, we can help. Our HIPAA compliance audit process will take you through each of the HIPAA requirements and identify areas of concern, allowing you to proactively prepare for upcoming audits.
KirkpatrickPrice offers a wide array of services tailored to the healthcare industry to appropriately address each of the Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules. We offer a HIPAA Risk Analysis, policy and procedure development and/or review, Business Associate compliance management, penetration testing, SOC 2 with HITRUST, and a HIPAA compliance audit.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed by HIPAA compliance.
Partnering with a third party can help ease the burden.
Start with a Risk Analysis – Our senior-level auditors will help you through your HIPAA Risk Analysis.
Use the Online Audit Manager to remotely collaborate with your auditor to collect and review evidence for your HIPAA audit.
Become HIPAA Compliant.