The security of patient health information is closely regulated. As the healthcare industry has increased its use of technology to store and access sensitive information, regulations have expanded. Having moved from paper to electronic medical records, Good Samaritan needed to make sure it was taking the right precautions for the privacy and security of patient information. Compliance required Good Samaritan to audit its security systems, policies and procedures. The assessment would be a significant undertaking, requiring more resources than the hospital’s IT department had internally. Good Samaritan wanted an expert’s opinion.
Read our case study to learn how a top-to-bottom assessment of Good Samaritan’s security systems, policies and procedures resulted in greater peace of mind for all.