Monthly Archives: September 2015

Is Windows 10 HIPAA compliant?

Is Windows 10 HIPAA compliant? That’s the $64,000 question. I realize I’m showing my age by using that line, but the fact remains that this is a topic of much discussion on the internet. As of this writing, Microsoft is … Continue reading

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Nurses united

If you’ve been anywhere on social media in the last week, you’ve probably seen the outcry over “The View” hosts’ take on nursing. Last Monday, hosts Joy Behar and Michelle Collins made controversial comments about Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson’s Miss … Continue reading

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The phishing expedition – don’t get hooked

While recently reading the cover story of the August issue of “For The Record” entitled “A Phish Story,” I received emails through LinkedIn from two leaders in the business of healthcare. The story dovetailed with my own phishing experience. Each … Continue reading

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Disaster recovery — Plans B, C, D and E

The HIPAA security rule under the Administrative Safeguards section requires that all HIPAA-compliant organizations be prepared for how natural disasters could harm their electronic health information. The recovery plan is required to show how the operations will be carried on … Continue reading

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