Audit software provides hospitals warning
eWeek, February 5, 2008
In response to concerns about patient information security and privacy, hospitals are increasingly turning to auditing software. Analysts said the pressure on healthcare organizations increased in 2007, when HIPAA began a series of audits with the surprise delivery of a list of 42 security and privacy requirements to an Atlanta hospital. Other surprise audits have followed and more are anticipated.
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