HIPAA Security Suite


Risk Assessment Our IT experts conduct a thorough security checklist of your entire information infrastructure. Mandated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act you must now conduct a Risk Assessment annually. Our HIPAA trained IT experts conduct the necessary assessment and evaluations and provide you with detailed documentation. Our IT experts conduct a thorough security checklist of your entire information infrastructure.


Documentation A Comprehensive HIPAA Package The HIPAA Security Suite includes a comprehensive set of documents that includes network configuration diagrams, security and disaster policy manuals, privacy policy manuals, and much more.


Training Live HIPAA required training for your employees The HIPAA Security Suite includes live training for your staff on the HIPAA Laws, what they are required to know, and the handling of protected health information (PHI).




Complete set of HIPAA Manuals and Documentation. Required by the HITECH Act under ARRA. Up to date manuals on security policy, disaster recovery, patient privacy policy, and over a dozen more manuals and document sets for your practice, your employees, and your patients.

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

Our Microsoft Certified Engineers conduct a thorough Risk Assessment of your facility. Are you in a flood zone? What ports are open on your firewall? How many workstations and mobile devices have access to PHI (protected health information)? These are just a few of the items our IT staff will address, along with more than a hundred additional required questions.

Staff Training

Staff Training

Regular privacy training of your employees is required. The HIPAA Security Suite includes live training via the internet for your staff. On-site training as well as webinar training is also available.



We can fix what we find. Our staff of HIPAA trained and Microsoft Certified IT experts can make recommendations based upon our findings and implement them if you prefer.



Suspect a breach? Call us immediately! Our emergency response team will perform forensics tests to identify if a breach or violation has occurred, hat the extent of the exposure may be, and execute the necessary remediation steps to eliminate the threat. At the same time, our HIPAA staff will guide you through the notification requirements.

HIPAA Issues

The Omnibus Rule changes everything.

In 1996 the United States federal government passed Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, commonly referred to as “HIPAA”. Although HIPAA has been “on the books” for several years, it’s only been since the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2008 that the Department of Health and Human Services (HSS) was given the teeth to enforce the laws. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act portion of ARRA contains the body of laws that encompass the guidelines for Meaningful Use. Subtitle D of the HITECH Act addresses the privacy and security concerns associated with electronic protected health information (PHI).

"If you're running your practice without a serious regard to HIPAA, you run the risk of fines and imprisonment for you and your staff. HIPAA is no joke."

Jeff Mongelli, CEO


About Us

With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act came over 2,000 pages of new rules and guidelines medical practices would be expected to adhere to in order to achieve “Meaningful Use”, or, in other words, the ability to demonstrate that they utilize an electronic medical records system in a meaningful way. Left out of most discussions has been the new laws regarding information security that will be enforced under ARRA. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) laws protect PHI (“protected health information”) and now bear significant penalties. ARRA ushers in a stricter enforcement of HIPAA laws, and incorporates an extensive list of specific requirements.

We know by sampling our own medical practice IT client base that few, if any, practices are prepared for these new requirements. Even worse, when assisting one of our clients in their quest to become HIPAA Compliant (as defined by these new requirements), there was no single source that offered everything a medical practice needed to become HIPAA compliant and thereby fully qualify for Meaningful Use. In short, if you don’t address the HIPAA portion of ARRA, and you get audited for your Meaningful Use verification, you may have done everything else right, but you will not pass, and if a breach if PHI is discovered or witnessed (even by a patient), your practice, you, AND your employees could face fines and, believe it or not, jail time. That’s right, HIPAA is no joke. Acentec created HSS (the HIPAA Security Suite) to be a one-stop solution for your HIPAA compliance. The HIPAA Certification, issued by The HIPAA Institute, is the only solution your practice needs for total protection.

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Contact Info

  • 17815 Sky Park Circle, Ste. J, Irvine, CA 92614
  • 949-474-7774
  • hipaasecuritysuite.com