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How to create a disaster recovery plan and achieve HIPAA compliance
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How to Set Up a Disaster Recovery Plan for Your Business
 

Here in Santa Cruz County as we’ve battled the CZU Lightning Complex Fire over the past few weeks, and as dozens of other counties battle their own fires across the state, we’ve been jarringly reminded of how quickly conditions can change and get out of our control.

These fires have reminded us that natural disasters rarely give you a fair warning. You may have barely enough time to pack a few essentials before you’re required to evacuate your place of business. That’s why it’s so important to have a disaster recovery plan in place ahead of time. 
 
Be Prepared

Does Your Business Need a HIPAA Seal of Compliance?
 

We’ve all encountered HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) at the doctor’s office, pharmacy, or when conducting a transaction with your insurance company. HIPAA works to safeguard and place limits on the uses and disclosures of PHI (personal health information) and violations of HIPAA result in financial or criminal penalties.

At first glance, it may seem that only businesses and organizations in the healthcare sector would need to ensure HIPAA compliance, but if you ever handle or have access to PHI, the law also applies to your business. 
 
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