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Vendors Unite to Help Hospitals Comply with HITECH, HIPAA

January 12, 2010
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Iatric Systems (Boxford, Mass.), a provider of security and patient privacy software, and

Transcendent Group, a Tampa, Fla.-based assurance and management consulting firm providing IT governance services, are partering to help healthcare organizations meet the privacy and security requirements of HIPAA and the HITECH Act.

Through the partnership, clients of Iatric Systems’ Security Audit Manager will have access to complementary services from Transcendent Group, including:

· Security Governance and Incident Management Assessments

· HIPAA Security Gap Assessments (including HITECH and FTC red flag rules)

· HITRUST and ISO27002/27799 Assessments and Implementations

· Security Risk Analysis

· Penetration Test and Intrusion Reviews

· Design and Implementation of Information Security Governance

· Processes and Solutions



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