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How to Manage ePHI Risks to Prevent Healthcare Data Breaches

Published January 3, 2021

We put together resources to help privacy and legal experts educate their team to manage ePHI risks. Download them today.

Healthcare organizations continuously amass personal information. Over time, the vast amount of data can become unwieldy and unmanageable. The result is sensitive patient data remaining vulnerable to breaches and/or being stored away unknowingly in some remote data store. What can happen when you don’t protect ePHI, and how can those risks be mitigated? Download the 1st white paper of this series to learn how to manage ePHI risks.

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44% increase in healthcare data breaches

Why Healthcare Organizations Should Care About Data Outside the Realm of HIPAA?

Healthcare entities and their business associates must shield
confidential information. Unauthorized use or exposure of PHI/EPHI could trigger HIPAA audits, privacy lawsuits, financial penalties, employee dismissals, and civil or criminal penalties. But are business associates equally familiar with the legal risks, ePHI risks management, and rules than healthcare entities themselves? Learn more in the 2nd white paper of our series.

How to Prevent Privacy Breaches in Healthcare Organizations?

ePHI is arguably one of the most important and sensitive types of data, providing ways for medicine to innovate and offer better patient outcomes. However, cybercriminals love
data, and the healthcare sector is a hunting
ground for cybercriminals. As the
health-related data lifecycle grows
ever-complex, unstructured data,
in particular, seems out of control. Fortunately, there are ways to manage ePHI risks. Learn more in the 3rd white paper of this series.

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DOWNLOAD THESE 3 RESOURCES

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