Posts Tagged ‘Small Business’

Stop Blaming The Victims

As I read about the HOME DEPOT breach, follow the commentaries on the TARGET breach and other breaches, it’s clear to me that we need to have a more mature […]

Can I become a HealthcareMSP quickly and cheaply?

Is there a MASSIVE amount of money to be made in HEALTHCARE?  YES. Healthcare is a $1.8T ($1.8 TRILLION per year) industry.  That’s a LOT of money on the table.

Why is HIPAA so Vague? Can’t they make it simpler?

HIPAA is not vague – it’s proscriptive. It’s like a POLICY statement – what we will do, what we won’t do, what we promise. It does NOT tell you HOW […]

NYS CyberSecurity Conference 2013 – Social Media & Cloud Computing Threats to Privacy, Security and Liberty – A Global Perspective – June 4 2013 June 4, 2012, 3 PM   Following on the heels of the critically acclaimed NCSC.NL presentation, we look at how Governments, Corporations and Private Citizens are using Cloud Computing, […]

Laptop, Smartphone – what's the difference?

What’s the difference between your laptop and your smartphone? When it comes to information leakage, not much. As the Wired article shows, cell phone wipes leave almost as much data […]

HIPAA Compliance Seminar for AAPI-QLI – Oct 12, 2012

On Friday October 12, 2012 at the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, Information Technology Security expert and author, Raj Goel, will be presenting “What Should Medical Practices know […]

HIPAA Compliance Webinar for SNCSquared and TheRiteGroup – Oct 23, 2012

On Oct 23, 2012, Raj Goel, CISSP will conduct a live webinar for members of the Joplin, MO Medical Community in conjunction with SNC Squared Networks and Jackson, MO Medical […]

Hospital must implement revised policies for telephone messages

Hospital Implements New Minimum Necessary Polices for Telephone Messages Covered Entity: General Hospital Issue: Minimum Necessary; Confidential Communications A hospital employee did not observe minimum necessary requirements when she left […]

Private Practice banned from charging excessive medical records fee

Entity Rescinds Improper Charges for Medical Record Copies to Reflect Reasonable, Cost-Based Fees Covered Entity: Private Practice Issue: Access A patient alleged that a covered entity failed to provide him […]

Private Practice required to change waiting room layout

Private Practice Implements Safeguards for Waiting Rooms Covered Entity: Private Practice Issue: Safeguards; Impermissible Uses and Disclosures A staff member of a medical practice discussed HIV testing procedures with a […]