Health care organizations must take a comprehensive approach to protecting patient data. To comply with HIPAA, everything -- the hardware, the software, the network, even the data itself -- must be secured. This Security School provides health IT professionals with data protection strategies that will cover an organization's entire infrastructure.
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Tip: Being a HIPAA-compliant wireless network
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Tip: Avoiding a patient data breach -- and how to handle one if it does occur
More stringent state and federal laws require a more proactive patient data breach prevention and response by health care providers. Experts from AHIMA 2011 offer tips for both.
Webcast: Securing data, hardware and software with encryption
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Podcast: Using identity and access management technology in a health care setting
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Quiz: Data protection strategies for health IT professionals
This Security School provides health IT professionals with data protection strategies that will cover an organization's entire infrastructure.