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Ok, so why not try something new

Ok, so why not try something new

Introducing a podcast designed to provide Privacy and Security compliance information but also with a few my odd perspectives thrown in there.  The Help Me With HIPAA podcast features yours truly and David Sims, founder of HIPAAforMSPs.com.  David has his own quirks...

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We can do this. It’s easy.

We can do this. It’s easy.

An iconic symbol of on-the-job hilarity is the I Love Lucy episode in the candy factory.  The vision of Ethel and Lucy shoving candy in their mouths, tops, and hats as the conveyor belt moves past can’t help  but make you laugh. Vivian Vance and Lucille Ball ham it up...

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Cha-cha-cha

Cha-cha-cha

Someone once said that an optimist is a person who knows if they take one step forward and one step back not to be discouraged, they are just doing the Cha-cha-cha.  I have been trying to take that advice and cha-cha-cha my way through recovery.  As I do so, I realize...

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Frankenhand!

Frankenhand!

Just after the first of the year, I had surgery on my right hand. I have spent the weeks since then adapting to not having full use of that hand for several months as it heals. That is definitely a challenge for someone who is fiercely right-handed. Most of my friends...

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Malware monster wins again!

Malware monster wins again!

Takeaways: The latest OCR resolution makes specific points on what OCR considers reasonable and appropriate technical safeguards of the Security Rule.  If you aren’t up to date with all of your software, it does matter very much once malware finds you. There are...

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And the hits just keep on coming!

And the hits just keep on coming!

Takeaways: Yet another notice that HIPAA enforcement and liability is not something to keep putting off until later.  The web of liability means it is no longer just yourself you have to worry about being caught up in audits or breaches. And the hits just keep on...

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No Better Time to Get Started

Privacy and security programs require persistent care and monitoring. There will never be a better time to get started.