Performing a gap analysis is always an excellent idea as this exercise would measure your current compliance efforts against the regulatory requirements. Therefore, the objective of carrying out a HIPAA gap analysis is to identify privacy and security requirements in the organization, and to locate gaps that exist at the various level of privacy and security rule implementation
At a higher level, there are a number of areas where it is vital to perform gap analysis such as — on-site HIPAA inspection, vulnerability assessment, breach notification audit, and business associate agreement assessment.
Whether you are a covered entity or the business associate of one, if your organization handles PHI in any form, then it is recommended that you use our Gap Analysis Toolkit to ensure its privacy, confidentiality, and integrity. We have designed our checklists in such a manner that you don’t need to have experts beside you all the time. Anyone from your organization can perform gap analysis with help from our checklists.
This Toolkit is a combination of 8 HIPAA checklists that is required to perform internal audit in order to identify any risk areas in your organization. .
Our privacy checklist covers the entire Privacy Rule from 45 CFR 164.500 till 164.534.
Our security checklist covers the entire Security Rule from 45 CFR 164.302 till 164.318.
Our breach notification audit checklist covers the entire Breach Notification Rule from 45 CFR 164.400 till 164.414.
Our business associate checklist covers HIPAA rules and regulations that applies on business associate and sub-contractors.
With 500+ questions, you can audit and review your overall compliance performance in your organization and easily identify gaps to design further action plan.
With the help of 150+ questions in this checklist, you can perform on-site HIPAA inspection in your organization without any third-party assistance
Our vulnerability assessment checklist is designed to perform gap analysis in your organization to identify any vulnerable areas which can cause a HIPAA breach.
With 200+ questions, the risk assessment checklist covers Privacy Rule, Security Rule and Breach Notification Rule to identify any risk areas in your organization.