CMS releases final HIPAA Security Educational Paper
HIM-HIPAA Insider, January 14, 2008
CMS released its final paper in the HIPAA Security Educational Paper Series, entitled "Security Standards Implementation for the Small Provider," on December 12, 2007. The final paper is intended to assist small healthcare providers' HIPAA security rule compliance, according to the CMS Web site.
The other papers in the series include:
- Security 101 for Covered Entities
- Security Standards Administrative Safeguards
- Security Standards Physical Safeguards
- Security Standards Technical Safeguards
- Security Standards Organizational, Policies and Procedures and Documentation Requirements
- Basic of Risk Analysis and Risk Management
To view the paper, click here.
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