Data Privacy in Healthcare | Logic20/20

Data Privacy

Our Approach

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Data Governance planning

1. Discovery & Assessment

You’ll understand all the data in your organization. You’ll get the complete picture: how and why your organization obtains data, how it's used, who uses it, where it’s stored, how long it's stored, etc.

Data Privacy Plan

2. Alignment & Optimization

You’ll have the tools required to manage that data. You’ll have a refined privacy policy, how-to guides for handling data subject requests, and teams that understand their role in data readiness.

Data Privacy Education

3. Governance

You’ll have processes that keep you prepared. You’ll have a governance plan in place to stay prepared for future regulations.

Need a better understanding of patient data?

 

With the enactment of GDPR and CCPA, data privacy requirements for healthcare information have moved beyond HIPAA. New regulations are being considered in multiple states, emphasizing that data privacy is not something to be ignored.

 

 

Data privacy is about data—but it’s also about people, processes, and technology. With a clear understanding of your data (what it is, why it’s collected, where it’s stored, who has access to it, etc.), you can improve technology and refine policies and procedures. These will support your people, who can be trained to minimize, optimize, and protect the data used by your organization.

 

Mastering your data management has more benefits than just compliance. It keeps you agile and enables your teams to move faster. Not only that—it's as much about building and maintaining customer trust as it is avoiding penalties, since consumers are making buying decisions based on how businesses maintain and manage their personal data.

The importance of data privacy

 

Maintain trust

 

73%

of customers say that protecting personal data is the most important factor when deciding to trust a company. 1

75%

will not buy a product from a company if they don’t trust the company to protect their data. 2

73%

of consumers indicated it is extremely important that companies quickly take proper actions to stop a data breach. 3

Non-compliance Penalty

 

2.7x

The average expected cost of non-compliance is $14.82M, 2.7 times more than the cost of compliance. 4

 

 

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