Why behavioral health providers need Confidence as a Service™
of healthcare breaches are from insider threats
of phishing attacks are on healthcare industry
increase in ransomware attacks on healthcare from 2019 to 2020
healthcare records breached in 2021
When Behavioral Health Providers Need...
...they call North Bridge
It is especially important for behavioral health providers to work with a company like North Bridge to help manage their cyber risk and compliance. The behavioral health industry also handles sensitive patient data and is increasingly becoming a target for cyberattacks. In fact, a recent study found that 1 in 3 healthcare data breaches involved behavioral health data.
In addition to protecting patient data, behavioral health providers must also comply with regulations like HIPAA and the HITECH Act, which require them to ensure the confidentiality and security of patient information.
Working with a specialized cyber security and compliance company like North Bridge can help behavioral health providers identify potential vulnerabilities in their systems and implement measures to mitigate those risks. This is especially important as many behavioral health organizations rely heavily on electronic health records (EHRs) and telehealth services, which can be vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Furthermore, North Bridge can help behavioral health providers navigate the complex compliance requirements of the industry and ensure that they are in compliance with all relevant regulations. This can save providers time and resources that would otherwise be spent trying to understand and comply with these regulations on their own.
In addition, partnering with a company like North Bridge can provide behavioral health providers with access to a team of experts who can provide ongoing support and guidance. This can be particularly valuable for smaller organizations that may not have the resources or expertise in-house to effectively manage their cyber risk and compliance.
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