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SRAT expectations vs reality comparing the state of two couches

Everything you need to know about SRAT version 3.0.1

At HIPAA One we believe the SRAT tool can be an effective training tool for compliance professionals and recognize that it does have its merits and although we are admittedly biased, we’re going to outline everything you need to know about the 3.0.1 update

Security Risk Assessment Tool good bad and ugly

HHS SRA Tool Version 3.0 – The Good, Bad and Ugly

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released an updated version of their Security Risk Assessment Tool (SRAT). We have been following the development of this toolkit since its inception in 2011 as the HSR toolkit and reviewed V2.0 in early 2014. Each time a new version is released, HIPAA One gathers with a few trusted industry partners to review the changes and updates so that we may accurately counsel healthcare providers, payers and business associates on the pros and cons of utilizing this free, government-issued application.

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