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"When [our practice] entered into a relationship with [CAEK], we engaged them to conduct hipaa security risk assessment for 12 hospital locations and multiple clinic locations for whom we provide service. throughout this process, having [CAEK] involved with our business, we have benefited from their expertise, resourcefulness, and resulting improvement in the relationships with our customers."
‐ Radiology Group
"[We] chose [LayerCompliance] because of its discernible expertise in the field of HIPAA-HITECH compliance, the ease of use and user friendliness of its solution and demonstrated earnestness in working to meet our department’s needs."
‐ Public Health Agency
"When we initially attempted to address HIPAA Security compliance, it quickly became aware that we were not going to be able to adequately implement a program on our own. In comparing multiple HIPAA Security vendors, we found LayerCompliance to not only be the most cost-effective solution, but the most thorough and easy to use product on the market."
‐ Health System
"[CAEK] has done much more for my practice that was required or expected. They have been there throughout the entire process and continue to remain so. Any questions or issue that we have had, especially with regards to HIPAA, [CAEK] has done everything in their power to find an answer or solution. Their expertise and advice has saved us a significant amount of time."
‐ Pediatric Dental Office
"I completed the two risk assessments for our orthodontic offices and frankly am shocked at what is being asked and required from a small practice with under 15 people. [Other organizations] have done a lousy job helping its members get into compliance. The workbook that [other organizations] charge us for is complete crap compared to your program."
‐ Orthodontist Clinic
An office-based, healthcare practitioner suffered a ransomware attack that encrypted patient information on the practice's servers. Based on the Health and Human Services’ guidance on Ransomware, the practitioner investigated the security incident and determined it to be a breach.