Ramp Up HIPAA Security with Staff Training & Informed Checks and Balances
By Elizabeth Debeasi Mon. Feb 11, 2019
A trained workforce is your best defense against unintentional — and intentional — PHI exposure. Ransomware takedowns populate news headlines, but many health IT breaches result from staff activities. Whether an employee accidentally discloses protected

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