HIPAA Compliance as a Service (CaaS)


When was your last HIPAA assessment? If over a year ago, you are out of compliance and at serious risk of being audited and fined by state and federal auditors. Even worse – you are likely vulnerable to data breaches or IT intrusions that result in fines of $50,000 per record and class action lawsuits.

This year over 3 million healthcare facilities, law firms, accountants and other businesses that perform services for health care related companies are being targeted for HIPAA Phase 2 compliance audits – and face potential multi-million dollar fines – by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Service.

All Pro-Active IT vCIOs are HIPAA-certified and our team will quickly assess your IT environment for HIPAA Security Rule compliance, identify risks to your network and provide specific recommendations to adequately safeguard electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI).

Once we have performed an initial baseline HIPAA Risk Assessment, our HIPAA CaaS solution will help ensure your ongoing compliance with the HIPAA/HITECH Act security requirements for ePHI. This includes regular monitoring of your IT environment by our HIPAA-certified staff to evaluate changes that may impact the confidentiality, integrity and availability of ePHI and require updates to your HIPAA Management Plan. HIPAA CaaS also provides updated records required by regulatory authorities to document ongoing assessment and compliance activities.

PCI Compliance as a Service (CaaS)

Effective Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance practices can protect the value of your brand and help you avoid the business ‘death penalty’ of losing your right to accept credit cards.

All Pro-Active IT vCIOs are PCI-certified and will assess your IT environment for PCI compliance, identify risks to your network and provide specific recommendations to get your network compliant.

Once we have performed an initial baseline PCI Risk Assessment, our PCI CaaS solution will help ensure your ongoing compliance with the PCI DSS. This includes regular monitoring of your IT environment by PCI-certified staff to evaluate security safeguards defined within the PCI DSS, identify changes that may require updates to your PCI Management Plan and provide PCI compliance documentation required by regulatory authorities.