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When your practice texts or emails your patients clinical information (e.g. xrays, treatment plans, etc.) directly or using automated software, is it encrypted?
I don't know
Do you conduct a HIPAA security risk assessment on an annual basis?
I Don't Know
Do you conduct the assessment internally or using an outside expert?
Are you currently backing up all of your clinical information offsite?
How often do you backup your data:
At Least Daily
Once a Week
Are you using AES 256-bit encryption or better?
If patients can access patient information via a patient portal on your practice website, do you have an https-certified website?
If you use electronic medical records, are they password-protected with unique user IDs/logins for each employee?
If you still use paper records, are they locked away and hidden from view of all other patients?
Does your practice have a designated HIPAA privacy/security officer?
Does every employee have an initial HIPAA training and participate annually in HIPAA continuing education?
Low Risk With Minor Vulnerabilities
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Moderate Risk With Several Significant Vulnerabilities
High Risk With Multiple Major Vulnerabilities
Very High Risk With Multiple Major Vulnerabilities