Tag: Security

HIPAA-nomics: Compliance or Certification?

HIPAA-nomics: Compliance or Certification?

| December 3, 2014

“As the healthcare industry has worked to become HIPAA compliant, “HIPAA certification” has become a new buzz phrase.” The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, commonly referred to as HIPAA, has mental health providers and agencies all abuzz. Also known as the Kennedy-Kassebaum bill, it is a far reaching law with the primary […]

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Security and Privacy Standards for the Modern Mental Health Therapists’ Electronic Office

Security and Privacy Standards for the Modern Mental Health Therapists’ Electronic Office

| January 2, 2013

Are you a behavioural health practitioner and are concerned about meeting security and privacy standards? MyOutcomes is committed to meeting or exceeding current standards, here are some of the most common concerns identified across different electronic health information policies. Physical Safeguards? – MyOutcomes’ server has an enterprise-class firewall and is housed in a data center […]

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Is your Agency secure against Digital Threats?

Is your Agency secure against Digital Threats?

| July 23, 2012

A growing number of agencies are utilizing the Internet to seek and store health and medical information. Electronic health records are becoming standard for their ease of use, speed of access, and lower costs. But with the systematic collection of a patient’s medical history, personal stats, and billing information, it’s no wonder patients are feeling […]

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