You Do LESS
- Less Time for HIPAA compliance
- Less People for HIPAA compliance
- Less Office Disruption to implement
- Less Total Cost of Ownership
- Less Vendor Management
- Less worry about Ransomware
- Less effort keeping up with Regulations
- Less worry about Audits
- Less Risk with proven implementation
You Get More
- More Time to work with Patients
- More Competitive Advantage
- More Dollar Savings
- More Compliance
- More Cybersecurity
- More knowing your HIPAA/NIST score
- More Vendor Security
- More Documented proof of compliance
- Harmony with patients
- Harmony with compliance
- Harmony with Budget and compliance
- Harmony with Audits and compliance
- Harmony with HIPAA, Ransomware and Cybersecurity
- Harmony with Policy and Procedures
- Harmony with Business Associates
Why Harmonize your HIPAA Compliance services
Just like using an Accountant, Lawyer or HR company, HIPAA compliance is better, safer, and more economically done by a Trained Professional.
- You sleep better knowing that this is implemented properly,
- You avoid the HIPAA Police (OCR) and fines.
- You avoid legal bills and lawsuits from a poor or improper implementation.
- You avoid the publicity and loss of patients with a breach.
- BEST OF ALL - you Keep Your Practice in Business. (SBA says 93% of small organizations go out of business within 2 years of a breach).
Statistics - not Harmonized
- Average financial cost for lost or stolen healthcare record exceeds $425 per record. This doesn't include the lawsuits that follow the cost to defend, the cost to fix, and other long term costs.
- 93% of small to medium businesses are out of business within 2 years of a breach according to the Small Business Administration.
- Report by IDG show that Healthcare organizations sees 340% more malware attacks than the average industry each year, and that the attacks are more than twice as likely to involve data theft.
- 85% of all malicious software today is spread through web browsers, and healthcare organizations are prime targets.
- Recent Accenture report found that cyber attacks over the next few years will cost health systems $305 billion in cumulative lifetime revenue.
- Ransomeware in 2014 cost $8.8 million. 2016 cost - about $1 billion according to the FBI.