Maternal Fetal Associates Receives HIPAA Seal of Compliance

Maternal Fetal Associates based in Virginia is a medical group composed of maternal fetal medicine professionals. It recently announced its completion of the Six Stage Implementation Program of Compliancy Group and has received certification as compliant with the HIPAA Security, Privacy, Breach Notification Rules, the Omnibus Rules, and the HITECH Act requirements.

Maternal Fetal Associates’ perinatologists serve women in the Greater Washington metropolitan area who are going through high-risk pregnancies. They work together with patients’ obstetricians to create a care plan unique to every patient’s needs. The perinatologists assist patients in managing health conditions that could result in complications with pregnancies, for instance, hypertension, diabetes, recurrent pregnancy loss and multiple gestations. Maternal Fetal Associates likewise performs a variety of prenatal diagnostic procedures including fetal echocardiography, specialized fetal ultrasound, amniocentesis, tests of fetal wellbeing, genetic screening and testing.

Under the HIPAA, covered entity Maternal Fetal Associates must abide by the HIPAA Regulations. To make sure to satisfy all HIPAA requirements, Maternal Fetal Associates got the expert services of Compliancy Group.

The HIPAA compliance coaches of Compliancy Group helped Maternal Fetal Associates by guiding them course through the HIPAA compliance process. Using the exclusive software tool of Compliancy Group called The Guard, Maternal Fetal Associates easily tracked its progress toward HIPAA compliance. After the successful completion of Compliancy Group’s 6-stage risk analysis and remediation process, the subject matter specialists of Compliancy Group confirmed Maternal Fetal Associates’ compliance with the HIPAA stating that the medical group had set up an efficient HIPAA compliance program.

Maternal Fetal Associates was granted the HIPAA Seal of Compliance to prove that the medical group is dedicated to serving its patients by complying with the HIPAA and implementing all necessary safety measures to protect the personal data and protected health information (PHI) of patients all the time and ensuring privacy.