Posted on March 29, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , , |

Some good points here for the medical IT arena, but which certainly apply to other industries as well.

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Good point being made here, too many people see technology as their savior in terms of compliance and risk management.  It is not.  It is a tool that can make compliance and managing risk easier to achieve, but it does take the place of the people in the process.

Too many in business assume compliance is primarily a technology issue

IT can add many automatic systems, logging, and encryption. However, if people are involved with private information, then your organization’s technology alone will never make your systems fully compliant.

Compliance is not primarily a technology issue. No doubt, technology is important. But ignoring the people aspects of compliance is a sure way to get your business in trouble. Delegating all compliance responsibility to IT is poor and risky leadership. IT can lead much of the effort, but alone it can face difficulties training and enforcing the processes and procedures…

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