sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  27 Jul 2012
Published:  27 Jul 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Disaster recovery planning (DRP) is important for any organization. But, when it comes to health care, it is critical. Not only do health care facilities have to abide by strict compliance regulations, but a failing to have a solid DRP in place can put patients' lives in jeopardy.

This E-Guide highlights the importance of disaster recovery to today's health care organizations. Read now to uncover essential steps for implementing a DRP in a health care setting, ensuring HIPAA compliance and the protection of electronic health records. 

Business Continuity Planning | Business Continuity Planning Software | Disaster Planning | Disaster Recovery | Disaster Recovery Planning for Virtual Environments | Health Care Compliance | Health Care Industry | Health Care Storage | HIPAA | HIPAA Compliance | Medical Practice Management | Medical Records Management

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