Over the past 2 weeks, we’ve been discussing the features that you should look for when choosing a document management system that will help your healthcare facility stay in compliance with HIPAA regulations. We talked about the required physical safeguards your system must have in place as well as the access control measures that must be included. In today’s blog, learn more about the third and final component in HIPAA-compliant document management systems: administrative safeguards.
Administrative safeguards refer to the security measures that your system has in place to monitor and regulate access to the information contained within the system. By restricting user access to different levels of information, the DMS will prevent unauthorized access and unwelcome changes to your most sensitive documents. There are a number of administrative safeguards that must be in place in order for a DMS to be HIPAA compliant, including:
If you need assistance choosing the right DMS for your organization, the experts at Centric Business Systems are here to help. We can help you determine your needs and recommend a system that offers the features you require.
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