Does your practice have a cybersecurity contingency plan?

Insight Article - February 25, 2019

For physician practices, establishing a contingency plan is vital when attempting to recover electronic protected health information (ePHI) following a cyberattack or other incident that results in data loss.

As part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 2005 HIPAA Security Rule, physician practices and other HIPAA covered entities must “[e]stablish (and implement as needed) policies and procedures for responding to an emergency or other occurrence … that damages systems that contain electronic protected health information.”

Sign in to access this material

Member Login Become a Member

About the Author

Christian Green
Christian Green MA
MGMA Writer/Editor MGMA

cgreen@mgma.com

X

Shopping Cart

Your cart is empty

Subtotal:
X

Checkout

Use two letter code for US states
Use three letter code for country
Use two letter code for US states
Use three letter code for country

Grand Total:
Use two letter code for US states
Use three letter code for country

Questions? Contact the MGMA Service Center for assistance during checkout or review our return policy for more information.
X

Confirmation

,
,

Total:
Payment:
Balance:
 
Back to top
Loading...