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HIPAA violations can ruin small practices.

A few years ago, a small hospital in Colorado made big news.

HHS walloped them with a HIPAA fine of $111,400.

Why should you care? They were using Google’s Workspace. Yup, the same Google Workspace that you’re testing or using in your business.

 This was 100% preventable. They just didn’t follow the right steps.

Just a few months ago, a solo gastroenterologist in Utah was hit with a $100,000 HIPAA fine.

A tiny physical therapist practice in southern CA was fined $25,000 for not taking HIPAA seriously.

Even worse, small practices in Simi Valley, CA and Battle Creek, MI had to close their doors after a breach.

HIPAA violations can ruin small practices.

A few years ago, a small hospital in Colorado made big news.

HHS walloped them with a HIPAA fine of $111,400.

Why should you care? They were using Google’s G Suite. Yup, the same Google G Suite that you’re testing or using in your business.

 This was 100% preventable. They just didn’t follow the right steps.

Just a few months ago, a solo gastroenterologist in Utah was hit with a $100,000 HIPAA fine.

A tiny physical therapist practice in southern CA was fined $25,000 for not taking HIPAA seriously.

Even worse, small practices in Simi Valley, CA and Battle Creek, MI had to close their doors after a breach.