How HIPAA security guidelines affects your website

12. May 2016 EMR, HIPAA 0


5 Steps to Make your Web Site HIPAA Secure

While HIPAA permits patient records to be transmitted over the Internet, doctors and healthcare facilities should insist on a service that offers file encryption, authentication and password protection.

Although HIPAA does not require online data storage services to have encryption, it does require that patient information be adequately protected and accessible only to authorized persons. Finally, sensitive patient information and documents must be protected from any unauthorized persons or any former employees after they have left or been terminated. Sensitive and personal information is safe from unauthorized access and fully compliant by guidelines set forth by The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). In addition, we have developed and utilize a secure connection, as well as a state-of-the-art password protection protocol that virtually eliminates breaches by robotic data mining and data hacking efforts.

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