Webinar: Your 2019 MIPS Security Risk Analysis: 6 Steps to Compliance (11/14/19)

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Healthcare organizations often struggle with risk analyses, as OCR’s HIPAA enforcement actions clearly show. The risk analysis is the most common HIPAA violation cited in OCR’s enforcement actions.

The risk analysis is essential as it allows healthcare organizations to identify all risks to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of ePHI. Those risks can then be reduced to a reasonable and acceptable level. A risk assessment should be completed regularly, with the frequency determined by the circumstances of their environment. For many healthcare organizations, this will be annually.

An annual security risk analysis (SRA) is a requirement of the 2019 MIPS Performance Year to comply with Promoting Interoperability. The SRA makes up 25% of the performance score so it is essential that this critical process is completed. The deadline for completing the SRA is December 31, 2019.

If you have yet to conduct your SRA for 2019 and are not yet ready to attest to meeting this objective, help is at hand. HIPAA Journal sponsor, Compliancy Group, is hosting a webinar in conjunction with Compulink Healthcare Solutions which covers this important aspect of compliance.

At the webinar, Compliancy Group and Compulink Healthcare Solutions’ Director of Professional Relations and Government Programs, Dr. Karen Perry, will be discussing the security risk analysis and how you can implement appropriate safeguards to satisfy the MIPS SRA requirement.

At the end of the event you will have access to the tools you need to confidently achieve your mission-critical priorities, ensure compliance, and help your organization thrive in a fast-evolving digital landscape.

Webinar Details:

Your 2019 MIPS Security Risk Analysis: 6 Steps to Compliance

Date: Thursday, November 14, 2019

Time: 14:00 ET

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.

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