Compliancy Group has declared that primary care clinic Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics in Princeton, NJ has put in place a reliable HIPAA compliance program. That means Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics complies with the federally required specifications of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as well as the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.
Using Compliancy’s Group’s HIPAA system and compliance tracking software, the Guard, Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics made sure to satisfy all regulations of the HIPAA Security Rule, Privacy Rule, Omnibus Rule, and Breach Notification Rule. The primary clinic also properly protected the privacy of personal and protected health information (PHI) of patients.
Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics is totally dedicated to protecting patient health data. The practice availed the services of Compliancy Group to make sure to meet all HIPAA requirements and comply with policies and procedures. It was able to identify risks to PHI integrity, confidentiality, and availability and minimize them to a good and acceptable level. According to Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, with the help of Compliancy Group and their experienced coaches, the practice was able to fulfill its regulatory responsibilities. Using the proven system of Compliancy Group helped address the burden of regulatory compliance so that the practice can do its goal of caring for patients just as if they are family.
Compliancy Group’s experts in HIPAA compliance has finally confirmed that Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics has realized HIPAA compliance after finishing the exclusive Six Stage Implementation Program of Compliancy Group and performing an extensive risk analysis and remediation procedure. Therefore, the healthcare provider received the HIPAA Seal of Compliance award.
The HIPAA Seal of Compliance tells both patients and suppliers that Princeton Internal Medicine and Geriatrics is dedicated to following federal healthcare rules and safeguarding patient privacy.