As an Employer You May Be Subject To a Random HIPAA Audit
Non-compliance of HIPAA could result in costly penalties of $100 per violation to as high as $50,000 per violation.
Would You Pass?
Most employers that sponsor a health plan for their employees (whether self-funded or fully insured) are considered covered entities under HIPAA and must comply with privacy rules as established under federal regulations. Some employers may also be considered a “business associate” when they involve the use or disclosure of protected health information (PHI) while performing services associated with the health plan. KBC offers a step-by-step process as an efficient manner to address HIPAA Privacy Compliance tailored for your organization.