administrative safeguards

ad·min·i·stra·tive safe·guards

(ad-min'i-strā'tiv sāf'gahrdz)
Protection of electronic health information through the use of oversight involving policies and procedures.
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On the external front, the government will have to ensure that the requesting state has ample legal and administrative safeguards in place for its protection.
The government respects the Assam Accord and it is obliged to take appropriate constitutional, legislative and administrative safeguards to protect, preserve and promote the cultural, social, linguistic identity and heritage of the Assamese people," he added.
In addition to GDPR's privacy rules, the law imposes security rules requiring businesses to adopt reasonable physical, technological and administrative safeguards against theft, loss and unauthorized access and use of information covered by GDPR.
Encryption also does not properly address other guidelines within the healthcare law that are needed to keep the information confidential, said the HHS, "such as administrative safeguards to analyze risks to the ePHI or physical safeguards for systems and servers that may house the ePHI."
The claimants will have to alter the results in the control units used during the polls in exactly the same scenario as the EVMs remain within the technical and administrative safeguards of the EC after the polls.
The ClearDATA Active Compliance and Security Monitoring Dashboard gives providers, pharma, payers and their business associates unprecedented transparency to quickly identify and remediate physical, technical and administrative safeguards that have drifted out of compliance in their IT environments.
Information Governance is exactly what it sounds like -- an integrated program that: 1) values business information as company assets, 2) employs physical, technical and administrative safeguards to protect and manage information assets, 3) educates and trains personnel, and 4) uses metrics to measure and improve performance.
Administrative safeguards include limiting PII access to specific employees, training employees on data privacy and security issues, and designating a compliance manager.
Administrative safeguards are policies and procedures to manage the selection, development, implementation, and maintenance of security measures to protect electronic PHI.
That means it should have technical, physical, and administrative safeguards in place when handling patient records and sensitive information.
Think of it as the administrative safeguards of federalism.
safeguards of federalism are buttressed by the administrative safeguards
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