Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services
HIPAA Security Compliance
The HIPAA Security Rule, effective April 20, 2005, requires that workforce members adhere to controls and safeguards to: (1) ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of confidential information; and (2) detect and prevent reasonably anticipated errors and threats due to malicious or criminal actions, system failure, natural disasters and employee or user error.
Such events could result in damage to or loss of personal information, corruption or loss of data integrity, interruption of University activities, or compromise to the privacy of the University patients or employees and its records.
- UC Campus and Academic Health Center Security Liaisons
- UC Guidelines for HIPAA Security Rule Compliance
- Educational modules
All UC campuses have appointed a HIPAA Security Officer. The Security Officer is the local campus administrative resource for implementation of the HIPAA Security Rule.
|UC Berkeley||Allison Henry, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UC Davis||Cheryl Washington, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UC Davis Health System||Lee Smith, IT Security Operations Manager|
|UC Irvine Health System||Sriram Bharadwaj, Director, Information Services & CISO|
|UCLA||Michael Van Norman, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UCLA Health Services||Ann S. Chang, CISSP, Information Security Officer|
|UC Merced||Nick Dugan, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UC Office of the President||Monte Ratzlaff, Cyber-Risk Program Manager|
|UC Riverside Campus (School of Medicine)||Shawn Kelly, Information Security Officer|
|UC Riverside Student Health||John Virden, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UC San Diego Academic Health Center||Chris Longhurst, MD, Chief Information Officer|
|UC San Francisco||Patrick Phelan, Information Security Officer|
|UC Santa Barbara||Sam Horowitz, Chief Information Security Officer|
|UC Santa Cruz||Byron Walker, Chief Information Security Officer|
|Lawrence Berkeley National Lab||Denise Sumikawa, Cyber Security Officer, Information Technology Division|
This document is intended to assist UC campus and medical center directors and managers to determine the implementation of practices to achieve compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule. It includes an appendix that serves as a snapshot of the HIPAA security regulations.
PowerPoint presentations have been developed as templates to facilitate staff training on the specifics of the security rule.
The educational module available with this link is a generic PowerPoint presentation that is designed to be customized at the campus level.
- Educational Module (ppt)