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The Harlow Group LLC does not guarantee that the HIPAAtools service will result in compliance with the HIPAA Security or Privacy Rules. The service provides education and tools to help implement the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules. The HIPAA Security and Privacy policies and procedures are a foundation for implementing the Security and Privacy Rules. It is the organization’s responsibility to ensure that all employees comply with the policies and procedures. In addition, the HIPAA Security risk assessment identifies areas that the organization needs to concentrate on to further protect electronic protected health information (ePHI, or better known as patient information). It is the organization’s responsibility to act upon the risk assessment and implement the recommendations to further protect ePHI.