If you’re a HIPAA developer, healthcare is a tricky field because there is an additional layer of concern beyond what is needed for the typical website: federal compliance. You need to meet the regulations mandated both by HIPAA and by HITECH.
With healthcare IT growing, the need for federally compliant infrastructure to process and store the electronic protected health information (ePHI) that is protected by the Health insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is on the rise as well.
We are excited to release to our customers the new File-Level Recovery feature, now included with all our cloud server backups at no additional cost. File-Level Recovery will enable you to recover individual files from a selected backup instead of restoring the full system from a point-in-time backup.
What should you look for in a good healthcare hosting provider? Healthcare hosting providers must comply with HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, which means they must protect and secure patient records. When you look at healthcare hosting providers, you want to know how HIPAA audit-ready the healthcare host is.
We owe our prestigious placement to the quality of our secure and compliant cloud solutions, which allow our healthcare clients to focus on their missions while Atlantic.Net handles the difficult technical implementations that make their business operations possible!
Cybersecurity is a hot topic in the IT industry, as IT sector is one of the industries most frequently targeted by malware and ransomware hackers. IT businesses store and handle an abundance of sensitive and valuable data belonging to third parties, government, healthcare and legal entities to name a few, making them a prime target.
We are excited to announce that our USA-CENTRAL-1 (Dallas, TX) Public Cloud location now has support for IPv6. This comes on the heels of our previous announcement of IPv6 support in our USA-EAST-3 (Ashburn, VA) Public Cloud location. Additional locations will gain support for IPv6 in the coming months. 16 IPv6 addresses are offered at no charge with each new or existing Cloud Server.
To comply with HIPAA, healthcare companies and their business associates must formulate a robust contingency plan in case of an event that disrupts operations. These plans have smaller component plans such as a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and an Emergency Operations Mode Plan. This business continuity strategy requires healthcare organizations to be capable of recovering critical IT systems that handle Electronic Patient Health Information (ePHI) into a disaster recovery location while ensuring critical business functions continue in the event of a crisis.
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