The rate of digitalisation and an increased threat landscape, paired with highly aware consumers, has not made compliance with HIPAA a straightforward task, leaving many Covered Entities lacking the appropriate measures and unsure of how to comply with all HIPAA Rules set out in Part 164.
Technology can be a great facilitator to help simplify requirements, provide greater risk transparency, educate and train employees, and even act as a centralised source of data, alleviating pressure from the audit process.
Learn about Alyne's capabilities and comprehensive mapping of Part 164 of the HIPAA regulation, covering the provisions of the HIPAA Security and Privacy Controls and Breach Notification Rules.
§ 164 - HIPAA Security Rules (Subpart C)
The security standard for the protection of electronic PHI (e-PHI). This set of rules ensures that there are both technical and non-technical safeguards (which include administrative and physical) to ensure that ePHI is transmitted and handled in a secured and responsible manner.
§ 164 - HIPAA Breach Notification Rules (Subpart D)
The HIPAA Breach Notification Rule (Part 164 Subpart D) requires Covered Entities and their Business Associates to notify affected individuals and the media of a breach of unsecured PHI. Depending on its severity, if the data breach affects 500 and more individuals, the Secretary of Health and Human Services has to be informed no later than 60 days following the breach.
§ 164 - HIPAA Privacy Rules (Subpart E)
The HIPAA Privacy Rule focusses on the many uses and disclosures of Personal Health Information (PHI) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) with data subject rights. This includes medical records and other personal health information, and it applies to health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and healthcare providers that conduct certain healthcare transactions electronically.
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Alyne simplifies regulations and their requirements. The requirements for HIPAA have been interpreted and mapped into a Control Set containing 480 robust controls that are easily actionable, specific and measurable for business leaders to implement.
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Your organisation may be required to adhere to multiple compliance requirements (such as SOX, SOC 2, COBIT, ISO 27001, or NIST CSF). This can be achieved by using Alyne’s multi- compliance Assessments to identify any gaps within the organisation or with third- party service providers
Record identified Risks, directly within the Alyne Risk Register and document Mitigation measures. Alyne’s dynamic Risk Management Dashboard provides a holistic view of your organisation’s HIPAA compliance maturity.
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