HIPAA Risk Assessment: Don’t Skip Mobile

Krishna Kurapati (2)   |   October 06, 2014

Think You Don’t Have a Mobile Provider? Think Again.

Your hospital system or eligible provider’s office doesn’t supply mobile devices to its staff or pay for technology solutions like standard mobile data and SMS texting...

Best practices in protecting PHI in the Cloud

Krishna Kurapati (2)   |   September 01, 2014


The recent HIPAA breach reports with CHS and Cedar Sinai are enough to keep healthcare CIOs and Security Officers awake at night.  Such events push healthcare organizations into reactive mode and concerned about their potential...

What are the essential requirements of a healthcare secure texting app?

Krishna Kurapati (2)   |   June 11, 2014

The short answer: security, HIPAA compliance, and usability. At qliqSOFT we are constantly engaging in an open dialogue with industry experts and customers to discover new ways in which qliqCONNECT can help providers send secure communications...

Heartbleed, Internet Explorer Bug and HIPAA Security

Richard Wagner, JD   |   May 08, 2014

Three weeks ago Internet users were notified en masse that a security vulnerability had been discovered in OpenSSL, a widely-used piece of open-source software that helps securely transport information around the web. The so-called Heartbleed...

The Concentra HIPAA Breach and Mobile Device Encryption

Richard Wagner, JD   |   April 29, 2014

In a story covered on about HIPAA Breach in Healthcare IT News this week, the HHS Office for Civil Rights settled with two organizations for just under a combined $2 million this week after it was discovered that both had PHI-containing...

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