HIPAA Compliant Email – Policy, Rules, and Regulations #hipaa #compliant #email,


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Hospitals and Doctors looking to comply with HIPAA rules are using Secure Medical.net to store and transfer protected health information (PHI). HIPAA policy provides the guidelines for access, storage, and transmission of PHI.

Secure Medical has the most innovative and highest quality secure medical HIPAA email service in the world. We partnered with CryptoHeaven to offer the most secure and easy to use encrypted email service at low cost. Use our service platform for remote secure HIPAA email communications with other doctors as well as with other medical industry specialists and companies.

  • Over 395,000 email addresses for doctors in over 65 medical specialties.
  • Over 250,000 medical industry business to business email addresses for decision makers and thought leaders in over 80 medical industry market segments.

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Secure Medical is a secure email hosting system that is HIPAA compliant

Secure Medical is HIPAA compliant secure email hosting system with state of the art encryption.

  • Formal compliance with HIPAA rules. policy, and regulations
  • Secure Medical Email uses stronger security features than those used by banks, MasterCard VISA
  • Transparent encryption technology ensures maximum fool proof security
  • Stay VIRUS FREE with included and always updated virus scanner
  • BLOCK SPAM 100% with user configurable challenge and response system, and advanced spam filters
  • Works as Webmail with any web browser

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Secure Medical.net offers secure HIPAA Email product for the medical market.

Secure communications and document management systems provider Secure Medical.net has introduced a secure HIPAA Email hosting and communications product for the medical market. This turn key solution provides full compliance with HIPAA rules, HIPAA policy, and HIPAA regulations with respect to access, storage, protection, backup, and transfer of PHI.

Designed to provide secure, auditable and confidential email communication to doctors and patients, the Secure Medical.net HIPAA Email hosting solution uses encryption to guarantee both security and proof of delivery.

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HIPAA Compliance

For compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulated entities must securely store, maintain and transmit protected health information (PHI). Secure Medical.net provides a solution that is fully compliant with HIPAA rules. HIPAA policy, and HIPAA regulations with respect to access, storage, and transfer and PHI.

The requirement for a health care information system is whether medical record privacy is adequately protected. It means unauthorized persons can’t see it, it doesn’t get misused, and those using it can be identified.

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Secure Medical Email Hosting

Secure Medical.net presents powerful secure HIPAA compliant Email hosting solutions:

Secure Medical.net can work either over the Web or through an email client. Many of our clients use both, using, for example, secure email client application at their main or “home” PC, and using secure Webmail when using a PC at work or when traveling. Secure Medical.net operates independently from your ISP or other email services.

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Healthcare companies use Secure Medical.net

Healthcare companies use Secure Medical.net to deliver patient records, lab records and medical transcription data to doctors, hospitals and clinics. With Secure Medical.net you can:

  • formally comply with HIPAA rules, HIPAA policy, and HIPAA regulations
  • achieve HIPAA readiness with a minimal cost
  • send medical records, unlimited size voice files and transcribed document
  • only authorized parties have access to the data; access records are kept for each email and each file accessed by any party; records are kept as long as the underlying data itself is available on the system

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Secure Medical.net has Great Encryption

Encryption key is created on your computer and protected with your passphrase. Only you know the passphrase and your data can not be decrypted without it. Only encrypted data is stored on Secure Medical .net servers. Your data is encrypted at your computer before being sent to Secure Medical.net Secure Data Center. Upon restore, your files are decrypted on your computer. Any time your data is out of your computer, it is always encrypted. All of our services including secure medical email. and secure online storage use highest grade encryption technology for maximum data security.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 January 2010 11:21

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ERPGOV Cloud – DCAA Compliant Accounting Software for Government Contractors #dcaa


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ERP GOV CLOUD

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ERP GOV CLOUD can help with your contract management

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ERPGov Cloud delivers the optimum combination of simplicity, power, visibility and DCAA compliance. The software is easier to implement than Deltek Costpoint, has more modern capabilities than Deltek GCS, and is more functionally integrated than QuickBooks or similar government contract accounting systems. ERPGov Cloud efficiently fulfills Management’s information needs while guiding the organization into full DCAA and FAR compliance.
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Data Centers and HIPAA Compliance #hipaa #compliant #data #center, #data #center


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Data Centers and HIPAA Compliance

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There have been questions about what role a data center plays when it comes to HIPAA. We want to address what requirements and obligations data centers have when working with clients in the healthcare industry.

First of all, what is HIPAA? The acronym stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, enacted to protect the health information of patients. When you visit a doctor’s office or the emergency room at your local hospital, all the people seeing your medical history have signed some sheet of paper, promising to keep your information private. This means to disclose healthcare information, they must have your permission (or authorization from the proper authorities in cases of child abuse, etc.). HIPAA also covers how physical and electronic data is handled and secured. Healthcare entities must backup their data and have a disaster recovery plan in place. This is where data centers come in.

The Health Information and Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was enacted on February 17, 2009. This Act requires covered entities to disclose breaches in Protected Health Information (PHI). The covered entities and their business associates that “access, maintain, retain, modify, record, store, destroy, or otherwise hold, use, or disclose unsecured PHI” are required to notify the Department of Health and Human Services or any breaches. The business associates must notify the covered entity of a breach who in turn notifies the individuals involved (patients) and the HHS if more than 500 individuals were affected. From the statement above, data centers like Data Cave, would be considered a business associate.

The problem is there is much to speculate on what this actually means. Some data centers use HIPAA compliance as a marketing tool. Let me make something clear, there is no certification for HIPAA. A data center can be HIPAA compliant, which is what we at Data Cave consider ourselves. Some pay an outside source to come in, look around, and put their stamp of approval on the facility. For Data Cave, meeting HIPAA compliance means limiting people with access to equipment, including our own staff. This also means notifying the proper channels when someone has been near a healthcare entity’s equipment. With most healthcare companies, they are going to want to manage their own equipment, which means our staff wouldn t need to touch it anyway. However, for a data center doing managed services, facility staff would be responsible. In that case the facility would enter into an agreement with the customer to maintain confidentiality. In the event of a breach, whether virtual or physical, a data center would notify the customer (the covered entity) who would, in turn, notify the HHS if applicable.

In other words, no one can claim HIPAA certification. To take it a step further, the essence of a data center is to be secure; so in that case, aren’t we all HIPAA compliant?

To find out more about Data Cave and HIPAA compliance, call us at 866-514-2283 or Contact Us via our website.

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