HIPAA

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA; Pub.L. 104–191, 110 Stat. 1936, enacted August 21, 1996) was enacted by the United States Congress and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996. It has been known as the Kennedy–Kassebaum Act or Kassebaum–Kennedy Act after two of its leading sponsors. Title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Title II of HIPAA, known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers.

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Has anyone ever configured an android tablet that only allows 1 application to run upon login?  

I have a client that is asking for 30 android tables to be configured.  They are going out to patients.   They want the tablet configured to only prompt for a password to login and then only allow web browser usage after logging in with no access to anything else.   Can someone explain how to do this?  I am assuming WiFi will need to be allowed as I am unsure if these tables will come built with 4G or not.  

This is in case they are stolen there is nothing they can do with them otherwise.   I may be tasked with setting up 30 of these.
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Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database management system that stores and retrieves data when requested by other software applications.

Hi, I am looking for some easy to consume advice on Azure AD user management deployment Best Practice and some random W10 User Authentication questions.   Illustrated below are computers that we now manage for an organization.  They have office 365 for email and the basic access to Azure AD.  However, all but one user are authenticating their computer through Azure AD.  We thought it be best to have the user authenticate us to their own user account that hopefully has local admin rights.  From there, we deploy our RMM agent to their local computer.  We can then deploy remotely webroot and our local administrator once the RMM agent is deployed.  Let me know if our SOP sounds good up to this point.

Now this part is a bit fuzzy for me...   I assume we want to be able authenticate Azure AD admin account to all the user's workstations below.  PS - the "other user" option was not available at the Windows login.  How did they disable this function?  Anyway, what is the best practice for...  

  • joining new/fresh out of the box computers to their Office 365 Azure AD?  Do we authenticate the microsoft account with the user who is about to use the computer or we should the office 365 admin account?

  • taking an existing environment (like this one) and joining their office 365 Azure AD accounts to their computer?   Do we authenticate the microsoft account with the user who is about to use the computer or we should the office 365 admin account?
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Hi,

Which is the best income protection insurance plan available in the UK?

Please let me know your thoughts

Thank You
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I have read about building a Windows Syslog Server and using an Agent on each Domain Controller to point the logs to the Syslog Server. But allot of articles are saying the agent portion is not reliable.

My client ifor HIPAA compliance, they need to be able to store Windows logs from their five domain controller there is one domain controller at each office location,  network is on an MPLS network, pointing to  a Main DC at the Data Center. Data Center has EMR, File Shares,etc

They need to provide at least 6 years of storing of the logs. They do not need a tool that will analyze the logs and suggest fixes. Just a server that will do long term log storage.
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HI , i am new to Blockchain technology,
and rightnow i need to start it as soon as possible,
am Stuck at problem Which Platform environment to chose for creating Healthcare Level
Ethereum Blockchian
Hyperledger
Opnchain
Multichain
I want to say is Which one is batter,?
Or i can choose multiple also as per my Need
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I am seeking a script that will do the following:

Take a file folder and rename it to a common standard across the entire organization.
Take each file within a folder and rename it to a common standard using the existing file name.

I actually have the file folder portion completed, as the powershell

Get-ChildItem -Filter "*current*" -Recurse | Rename-Item -NewName {$_.name -replace 'current','old' }

However, the issue is that the file names used are all over the board.  Examples, amongst a horde of others:

Christopher, Jack 4.2014
Christopher, Jack 042014
Christopher Jack 04-02-2014
Jack Christopher April 2014

What I would like to do is implement a standard of:

JChristopher 042014

So the script should look at the entire file name and then rename it accordingly.

Yes.  There are subfolders sometimes 4 layers deep in some instances, and I can address that separately.

However, there are literally 8K files (not file size), but files that need to meet this new standard.

It's a non-profit who were erroneously informed that they did NOT have to meet HIPPA requirements even though they work with PHI of SP adults.

I know this should be simple, with everything else that is going on, I figured it wouldn't hurt to just ask.  Perhaps someone has already encountered something similar?

Server 2012R2, workstations all running W10Pro.

Thanks,

René
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Hello - we need to send some encrypted emails for only a few users for HIPAA requirements. What do you recommend?
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Which site do you recommend the easiest way to get HIPPA certified.

site that gives you a the training and exam.
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Currently looking for suggestion on a video conferencing unit that would be used in a health care environment, it needs to be in compliance with HIPPA and Unit has to be a standalone unit with no subscription cost.
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HIPAA

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA; Pub.L. 104–191, 110 Stat. 1936, enacted August 21, 1996) was enacted by the United States Congress and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996. It has been known as the Kennedy–Kassebaum Act or Kassebaum–Kennedy Act after two of its leading sponsors. Title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Title II of HIPAA, known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers.

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