NASHVILLE, TENN. (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Medical practices now have a simple, affordable and bona fide solution for getting the security risk analysis required to complete the attestation for Meaningful Use. Introducing the Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis for Medical Practices™. It’s an affordable, time-efficient solution resulting in a bona fide risk analysis performed by experts from Clearwater Compliance. By following just three steps, medical practices receive from Clearwater a formal risk analysis report and a practical, easy-to-understand risk remediation plan.
Designed and delivered by fully credentialed HIPAA-HITECH experts, the Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis for Medical Practices™ is priced to be affordable for the small medical practice with 50 employees or fewer.
The report medical practices receive is grounded in the Health & Human Services/Office of Civil Rights guidance and underlying National Institute of Standards and Technology security framework.
“The Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis for Medical Practices™ is truly the most comprehensive, cost-effective risk analysis solution for medical practices on the market today,” said Bob Chaput, Clearwater Compliance. “We’ve received rave reviews about the Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis™ from medical practices across the country.”
Medical practice managers can take advantage the Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis for Medical Practices™ using a simple, three-step process. To start the process the medical practice manager fills out a request for quotation and Clearwater Compliance sends back a quotation. If the quotation is acceptable, Clearwater will send a simple services agreement. Once approved, the three-step process begins.
1. Clearwater sends a link to the online Clearwater Risk Analysis Smart Questionnaire™ and the medical practice completes and submits the Questionnaire.
2. A Clearwater Compliance consultant schedules a follow up meeting by phone to discuss specific details about the medical practice and clarify any responses in the Questionnaire.
3. The Clearwater consultant performs the analysis based on the information provided and schedules a telephone meeting to present and then deliver a formal, written HIPAA Security Risk Analysis Report to the medical practice within 30-45 days of the clarification meeting.
Clearwater Compliance serves medical practices in every sub-specialty throughout the country. This innovative risk analysis solution is not only time-efficient and affordable; it has received 100 percent positive customer feedback.
About the Clearwater Remote Meaningful Use Risk Analysis for Medical Practices™, Cheryl Burokas, practice manager of Auburn Podiatry, LLP, said, “We chose Clearwater because they offered a complete, end-to-end HIPAA Security Risk Analysis that followed all the HHS/OCR guidance. These are very professional people who provided specific recommendations we could act on immediately.”
Medical practice professionals can find out more information or request a quotation.
About Clearwater Compliance: http://clearwatercompliance.com
Clearwater Compliance, LLC, is all about and only about helping healthcare organizations and their service providers become and remain HIPAA-HITECH Compliant. Owned and operated by veteran, C-suite health care executives, Clearwater Compliance provides comprehensive, by-the-regs software and tools, risk management solutions, training, and professional services for small medical practices and healthcare startups to major healthcare systems, health plans and Fortune 100 companies. Since 2003, the company has served more than 250 organizations (including 100 hospitals). Find out more at clearwatercompliance.com