While all customer data is important to keep secure, electronic protected health information (ePHI) is even more sensitive. If your business does not comply with HIPAA regulations and a breach in private information happens, you can be fined, criminally charged, or have civil action lawsuits brought against your business.
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HIPAA was designed to protect electronic health information, so making sure that your healthcare business technology meets HIPAA compliance is of utmost importance. Healthcare providers that are transparent with their HIPAA compliance instill more confidence in their patients, since they can rest assured that their information is private and secure.