Services

Health IT — Meaningful Use

Security breaches can leave providers and practice administrators personally liable, facing monetary fines and jail time if they knowingly fail to protect the privacy of electronic patient health information. Purdue Healthcare Advisors manages the Purdue Regional Extension Center, which is one of 62 centers across the country charged by the federal government with conducting security risk assessments as part of its mission to guide providers to Meaningful Use of electronic health records systems.

PHA’s IT specialists consult, educate/train, and guide IT departments with in-house projects and conduct in-depth assessments in preparation for both HIPAA and Meaningful Use audits. We work onsite, interviewing key staff, conducting physical walkthroughs of facilities, and performing the reviews, scans, and assessments necessary to create a realistic security and privacy remediation plan.

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Health IT — Security Consulting/Project Management

PHA will advise you; then equip your team with the tools to facilitate in-house solutions

  • Encryption Strategies
  • Secure Wireless Migration
  • Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Vulnerability Analysis Implementation

Health IT — HIPAA Security Rule Compliancy Assessment

(To address EHR Meaningful Use compliancy only, see PHA Meaningful Use Security Assessment)

  • Documentation Review
  • Administrative Controls Review
  • Network Architecture Review
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Physical Walkthrough
  • Configuration Review
  • Audit Testing

Health IT — Security Training for the IT and Non-IT Professional

  • Mobile Technology: Do's and Don'ts for Today's Health Professional
  • HIPAA Omnibus: What it means for you

Experienced IT Team

PHA’s core team of security professionals comes with a wide range of educational and technology backgrounds as well as industry certifications from (ISC)2, SANS Information Security & Research, and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).

Read the HIMSS ProBook to find out what’s ahead for information technology and management systems in 2013.