Preventing HIPAA Data Breaches
4 Tips for Safeguarding Your Digital Practice
The digital practice — the electronic storage, access, sharing and monitoring of health information — offers increased convenience, improved patient care, and lower costs.¹ But this electronic access to medical records also brings with it additional risk, including the risk of cyber attacks that could lead to HIPAA data breaches, even for small practices.²
In this special report, NORCAL's risk management experts offer tips to help you defend your medical practice against cyber attacks and reduce the risk of a data breach that could compromise confidential medical records and cause financial and professional harm to your practice.
- Learn why HIPAA data breaches are a growing and costly problem for medical practices.
- Learn how downloading patient data onto a laptop could result in a HIPAA violation.
- Learn 4 tips for increasing data security.