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Modern Compliance Solutions Launches a New Web Site Promoting the Industry-Proven, Web-Based HIPAA One Security Solution
Date:6/20/2013

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

HIPAA One aims to be the #1 assurance solution that guides users through a HIPAA Security Risk Analysis using the simplest workflow and interfaces. The new website launched today extends the reach of all the HIPAA programs by serving a broad audience of HIPAA Security Officers, HIPAA Privacy Officers, security professionals, and members of the Healthcare interested in HIPAA compliance, security, privacy, consulting, measures, processes, policies and procedures. The new Web site features expanded content, checklists, forms and resources related to process and procedures in the Healthcare environment.

"Our online visitors will experience a very targeted and efficient view into HIPAA Security and Privacy", says Steven Marco, President of Modern Compliance Solutions and author of the HIPAA One SAAS Software solution. "We want our site to provide quick, easy access to our online forms and checklists. Or if someone simply wants to connect to me or one of my auditors, filling out a discreet form will connect you to someone who can help provide HIPAA guidance and peace of mind."

There are numerous online resources available for general HIPAA rules and guidance. The new website is intended to help individuals in organizations have a baseline to draw from in terms of checklists, answers and statements to help augment an ever-evolving HIPAA Security and Privacy compliance challenges.

HIPAA Security and Privacy laws are provided by Health and Human Services (HHS) as a basic guideline, with the intention of providing flexibility of their implementation in the field. Our website and services are designed to facilitate more prescriptive, real-world examples of how to actually implement HIPAA in an organization. As each organization is unique, so are the pol
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