Protect your practice in the face of disaster
With the devastation of Hurricane Katrina still fresh in our minds-and a new hurricane season upon us once again-now's a better time than ever to review the HIPAA security rule. HIPAA requires organizations to have a disaster recovery plan that outlines what procedures to take in order to restore any loss of data.
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