We have a selection of toolkits designed specifically to meet the needs of health care Business Associates.
The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires Covered Entities and Business Associates to document and implement policies and procedures with respect to safeguarding the privacy of protected health information (PHI) and the individual’s rights regarding their PHI.
You can create your organization’s HIPAA Privacy policies and procedures to satisfy the stringent HIPAA requirements in a fraction of the time with the Clearwater HIPAA Privacy Policies & Procedures™ ToolKit to guide you.
Includes a FREE 30 minute call with one of our Privacy Experts to help you to decide which policy and procedures are appropriate for your business.
Save time and frustration
Leon Rodriguez, the former Director of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), highlighted this advice to healthcare organizations to improve HIPAA compliance and the security of PHI: “Ensure vigilant implementation of privacy and security policies and procedures, as well as tough sanctions for violating them.”
Yet, findings from OCR investigations and audits point to the failure of organizations to develop, and document Privacy policies and procedures.
Without written procedures, how will your workforce know what is expected of them in safeguarding the Privacy of PHI entrusted to your organization?
Detailed Templates Include
Do you know where to start?
Take the time and guess work out of the process of developing, documenting and streamlining policies and procedures that align with the Privacy rules and regulations. Clearwater’s Privacy Policies and Procedures templates are thorough, complete, are easily tailored to your organization, and will solidify your commitment to protect the PHI under your custody…and your reputation!
Comprehensive HIPAA-HITECH Privacy and Security Glossary of Terms
60 minutes of complimentary email, telephone or web-meeting support when you buy 3 Policy and Procedure Toolkits!
Clearwater’s Privacy Policies and Procedures™ ToolKit will provide a Table of Contents listing the essential documentation your organization should have; a standardized format to ensure all appropriate elements of sound documentation; and a template for each applicable policy/procedure needed so you can customize to match your situation and business processes.
Every organization that creates, receives, maintains or transmits PHI must have written documentation of the policies and procedures implemented to safeguard the PHI in their custody and uphold the rights of the PHI owners.
Twenty-nine (29) templates developed to meet the explicit requirements of organizations that provide services to covered entities; that receive, maintain or transmit PHI during the provision of those services; but do not interact directly with patients or consumers or create PHI.
Forty-eight (48) templates developed to meet the explicit requirements of organizations that provide services to covered entities; that receive, manage or transmit PHI during the provision of those services; and do interact directly with patients or consumers and potentially, access and create PHI.
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