Buck Survey Finds Group Health Plan Sponsors Struggle to Comply with HIPAA Regulations

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires healthcare providers, health plans, healthcare clearinghouses (covered entities) and business associates to adhere to rules for protecting health information. It ensures the confidentiality and privacy of an individual’s health information.

Buck recently conducted a HIPAA Readiness Survey to gauge organizations’ level of HIPAA compliance and how prepared they are to respond to a HIPAA audit.

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