HIPAAmart: The Best Solution

Best Solution For HIPAA Compliance

Here’s why HIPAAmart is the best solution for your practice

  • Comprehensive and Complete HIPAA compliance process.
  • Fast and Easy to get started.
  • Affordable.
  • Employee Training. HIPAAmart’s Portal includes an online training video to ensure your employees meet the HIPAA training requirements. We also include a presentation and a quiz, best practices, terms and core concepts that help you meet regulation standards.
  • Sample Compliance Policies–To easily incorporate into your own internal HIPAA policy manual.
  • Future Proof – HIPAA Updates. If you are audited, there’s a documented record to easily exhibit compliance with the HIPAA regulations. The documented compliance includes policies, procedures, reporting, training materials, and templates.
  • HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (BAA) Model Contract. Completed by all contractors working with you, this document helps identify what you are committing to, along with any pitfalls to look for in other agreements. Includes a sample business associate agreement.

Employee Training

The HIPAAmart Portal includes a complete, memorable and easy to use online training video to ensure you and your staff meet the HIPAA training requirements. Also included are a presentation and a quiz, best practices, terms and core concepts that help you meet regulation standards. Topics include


Omnibus Rule Training.


Risk Management Program Training.


Social Media Training.


Risk Assessment Training.


Privacy Rule Training.


Business Associates Training.


Security Rule Training.


Breach Notification Training.


Mobile Devices Training.

Best Practices: What’s Needed to be Hipaa Compliant

The following Best Practices are included in the HIPAAmart Portal

  • Risk Analysis: Perform and document a risk analysis to see where PHI is being used and stored and to determine what all possible ways HIPAA could be violated.
  • Risk Management: Implement measures sufficient to reduce these risks to an appropriate level.
  • Sanction Policy: Implement sanction policies for staff who fail to comply.
  • Officers: Designate HIPAA Security and Privacy Officers
  • Employee Oversight: Implement procedures to authorize and supervise employees who work with PHI, and for granting and removing PHI access to employees.
  • Multiple Organizations: Ensure that PHI is not accessed by parent or partner organizations or subcontractors that are not authorized for access.
  • Services and systems which grant access to ePHI.
  • Security Reminders: Periodically send updates and reminders of security and privacy policies to employees.
  • Response and Reporting: Identify, document, and respond to security incidents.
  • Evaluations: Perform periodic evaluations to see if any changes in your business or the law require changes to your HIPAA compliance procedures.
  • Business Associate Agreements: Have special compliance contracts with business partners who will have access to your PHI to ensure that they will be compliant.

Non-Compliance Risks

Risk of Non-Compliance with Hipaa Regulations

  • A patient, employee or other person can file an on-line complaint against a medical provider with the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
  • The OCR can request documentation of HIPAA compliance from the medical provider.
  • If the OCR is not satisfied, the OCR can perform an audit of the HIPAA procedures within the medical office.
  • If the medical office is out-of-compliance with HIPAA regulations, the OCR can fine or assess penalties against the office or individual practitioner.

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HIPAAmart is an agile system that will help you comply with Hipaa requirements and document your procedures in the event of a HIPAA audit. It is easy to use for your professionals and staff.