Meaningful Use IT Services

Does Your Healthcare Practice Meet The Meaningful Use Requirements?

Data-Tech Healthcare Managed IT Services

Regardless of the size of your practice, healthcare providers are required by law to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009.

Federal and State laws and regulations, coupled with complex industry specific rules, have created compliance requirements that may seem overwhelming to many organizations. Data-Tech Managed IT Security Services have helped hundreds of diverse clients achieve their respective compliance goals. When it comes to information security solutions, contact Data-Tech. We ensure your information security compliance.

Medicare providers must meaningfully use a certified EHR in 2013 and report meaningful use to not be subject to the penalty in 2015.

Hospitals and clinics that do not meet meaningful use requirements by 2015 will face escalating penalties. The HITECH Act includes increased penalties for violation of HIPAA requirements. In the new tiered structure, fines are no longer $100 per violation across the board, but range from $100 to $50,000 per violation. IT solutions that combat and prevent HIPAA violations will be worth their implementation cost if penalties can be avoided.

Data-Tech’s Managed IT Security will provide a comprehensive and affordable solution for IT compliance with the HIPAA/HITECH requirements. Specific areas of coverage include:

  • Endpoint Security
  • Software Security & Policy Management
  • Audit & Inventory
  • Audit Logging, Management & Alerts
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Event Log & Report Generation