We have a selection of toolkits designed to meet the needs of specific organizations.
The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires Covered Entities and Business Associates to document, maintain and enforce policies and procedures in regards to protecting the privacy of protected health information (PHI).
Leon Rodriguez, the former Director of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), gave this advice to health care organizations to improve HIPAA compliance and the overall protection of PHI: “Ensure vigilant implementation of privacy and security policies and procedures, as well as tough sanctions for violating them.”
But still, recent OCR investigation and audit results show that there is an ongoing failure to create and implement effective policy and procedures.
In the absence of this documentation, how will you train your employees to understand the actions they need to take to protect the privacy of PHI entrusted to your organization?
Do you know where to start?
Take the time and guess work out of the process of creating, documenting and updating policies and procedures that align with the Privacy rules and regulations. Clearwater’s HIPAA Privacy Policies and Procedures Toolkit includes a complete set of tempaltes which can be easily customized to your organization, and will strengthen your commitment to protect the PHI in your custody…and your reputation!
Detailed Templates Include
Every organization that creates, receives, maintains or transmits PHI must have written documentation of the policies and procedures in place to safeguard the PHI in their custody.
Yet most organization struggle to find the time or resources to get them completed, and completed well!
With Clearwater HIPAA Privacy Policies & Procedures™ ToolKit you can create your organization’s HIPAA Privacy policies and procedures in a fraction of the time.
Comprehensive HIPAA-HITECH Privacy and Security Glossary of Terms
60 minutes of complimentary email, telephone or web-meeting support
Clearwater’s Privacy Policies and Procedures™ ToolKit will provide guidance in the form of additional resources to help you create your documentation. Resources include 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.
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