We get many inquiries from providers attesting to Meaningful Use Stage One on how an Eligible Provider (EP) can meet Meaningful
Use Measure 15 with a security risk analysis. Measure 15 is met by conducting a security risk analysis and implementing new
security updates and corrective actions when a deficiency is identified. .

Is Your Information Secure?

While medical practices could perform the risk analysis themselves, it doesn’t necessarily mean they should. ScanSTAT
Technologies has partnered with the premier health care consulting and information technology providers to offer a
comprehensive HIPAA Risk analysis of your IT infrastructure and operational environment. Leverage the “best of the
best” in medical records management, HIPAA and HIT to eliminate the workload, time and personnel it would take to
“do it yourself”.

Why Complete a Security Risk Analysis with ScanSTAT?

  • Check Meaningful Use Measure 15 off your list
  • Minimize your risk of a data breach, unauthorized access, or loss and/or corruption of data
  • Ensure compliance with HIPAA and other rules and regulations
  • Be among the first to receive EHR Incentive Payments

Use the experts at ScanSTAT to do the “heavy lifting” during the risk analysis and analysis stage to take the burden off your shoulders and provide your practice with the highest level of confidence, should you be audited. Let us aid you in meeting Measure 15 and in the overall success of your Meaningful Use attestation. Contact us to get more details about conducting a Security Risk analysis today.

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“The ScanSTAT Team, including ScanSTAT Technologies, Inc., Umbrella Medical Systems, Inc., and Provider Strategies Health Care Consultants, LLC (collectively “Consultants”) provide consultative services associated with Risk analysis for HIPAA Security and meaningful use. Consultants do not serve as legal counsel to their clients and do not provide legal advice. Materials provided are not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Communications and work product associated with the engagement of Consultants are not privileged under state or federal law.”

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