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Compliancy Group has announced that Technology Response Team has successfully completed its 6-stage HIPAA risk analysis and remediation process and has demonstrated compliance with the standards of the HIPAA Privacy, Security, Breach Notification, and Omnibus Rules.
Technology Response Team is a Managed Service Provider (MSP) based in Denver, CO that provides a wide range of IT support and cybersecurity services to healthcare organizations in the Denver Front Range and helps them succeed through the use of technology.
The company translates complex computer terminology into language that can be easily understood by its clients and helps them implement IT solutions that improve efficiency and protect against malicious attacks.
Naturally, the services provided to healthcare organizations mean the company will come into contact with systems used to create, receive, store, process, and transmit electronic protected health information. As such, Technology Response Team is classed as a business associate and is required to comply with HIPAA.
Technology Response Team is committed to compliance and by partnering with Compliancy Group has taken its compliance program to the next level. Through the use of Compliancy Group’s proprietary software, The Guard, and assisted by its compliance coaches, Technology Response Team demonstrated that its compliance program covers all aspects of HIPAA Rules and the company is a HIPAA-compliant.
After successfully completing the 6-stage HIPAA risk analysis and remediation process, Compliancy Group awarded the MSP the ‘HIPAA Seal of Compliance’. The HIPAA Seal of Compliance confirms that the company’s good faith effort toward HIPAA compliance have been assessed and verified by Compliancy Group’s compliance coaches as meeting HIPAA standards.
Through the incorporation of HIPAA policies and procedures and staff training, the company is in a better position to serve clients in the healthcare industry and implement solutions that will help with their compliance efforts and secure their systems from malicious attacks.