New Resources! HIPAA Compliance: What It Means for Fundraising

Raise mission-critical funds while minimizing your organization's risk.

Marti Arvin, executive advisor at CynergisTek, has more than three decades of operational and executive leadership experience in the fields of compliance, privacy, information security, research, and regulatory oversight in academic medical and traditional hospital care settings. She shares her expertise through the resources below to provide an in-depth look at considerations for healthcare fundraisers.

HIPAA and Fundraising Resources


Work as a Team to Protect Patient Information

Gaining access to patient data for fundraising requires a team approach. The more the development team can understand and be responsive to the concerns of other internal teams, the smoother the process will go.

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Six Tips to Navigate HIPAA and PHI in Your Healthcare Organization

It is crucial for the development team to effectively navigate regulations, relationships, and compliance for the use and disclosure of PHI so they are able to help patients express gratitude through financial gifts.

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Being a Good Steward of Patient Data

Being a good steward of protected health information (PHI) means understanding the laws and policies, collecting only the information needed, and using it only for the purposes for which it was collected. Learn more about using and securing the data as a fundraiser.

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Additional Resources

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Protecting Patient Information—A Candid Conversation on Healthcare Compliance
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HIPAA and Fundraising: Understanding the Regulations, Roles, and Compliance
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Demystifying Healthcare Compliance and How to Work Best with Your Compliance Officer
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