HIPAA Compliant Data Center


HIPAA Compliance for Hospitals & ASP’s: Avoid the Wall of Shame & Stay Within Budget

The current enforcement landscape

“Knowing what’s in the pipeline, I suspect that that number will be low compared to what’s coming up.” – Department of Health & Human Services OCR Counsel Jerome B. Meites, referring to the $10 million collected in HIPAA settlements from June 2013 to June 2014

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Specialty Pharmacy Website – A Real World Scenario

An innovative company recently contacted us for a hosting plan. The firm is a technology and customer service provider to the specialty pharma industry. They needed an architecture that would maintain the regulatory compliance of their new web marketing program for custom drug solutions.

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HIPAA Compliant .NET Web-Based Application Hosting: A Real World Scenario

Hybrid hosting comic

The majority of healthcare organizations – including plans, providers, and clearinghouses – must be fully compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). One aspect of compliance is contracting with outside specialists that can handle certain data-related responsibilities. These technology partners are experts at hosting compliant websites and applications, serving as business associates (via business associate agreements, or BAAs) for healthcare clients and their affiliates.

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Commonly Asked Questions and How-To’s About HIPAA Compliance: Part 2

hippo compliance humor

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Below is the conclusion of our two-part series covering HIPAA compliance, so that healthcare plans, providers, and clearinghouses have ample information. We continue by addressing the remainder of six common questions, followed by a couple of “snapshot tutorials” that address the needs of those preparing to deploy HIPAA compliant systems.

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HIPAA Hosting Solution for Advanced Directive and Durable Power of Attorney Documents: A Real World Scenario

HIPAA Hosting Solution for Advanced Directive and Durable Power of Attorney Documents: A Real World Scenario
Various marketing sites argue for the power of customer-sourced content, suggesting that individual remarks and questions can create great material for other users. After all, the details of a situation may be unique, but the general concerns tend to be shared by others, at least those within the same industry.

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HIPAA Hosting Solution for Advanced Directive and Durable Power of Attorney Documents: A Real World Scenario

HIPAA animals humor

Various marketing sites argue for the power of “customer-sourced content,” suggesting that individual remarks and questions can create great material for other users. After all, the details of a situation may be unique, but the general concerns tend to be shared by others, at least those within the same industry.

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Healthcare IT – A Decision Maker’s Guide to Cloud Computing and Managed Server Hosting

This document explains the difference between dedicated, virtual, public cloud, and private cloud hosting environments; along with essential information that healthcare professionals may require.

We introduce the concept of virtualization, its many benefits, and the reasons why it effectively contends with dedicated hosting services. Virtualization has created new possibilities and opportunities for the healthcare segment of technology. Healthcare IT professionals specializing in virtualization technologies have recently found more attractive and lucrative opportunities, especially with the new Healthcare Reform and healthcare IT initiatives introduced during the Obama administration.

Virtualization is the technology behind cloud computing, and it makes a vast pool of network resources a genuine possibility.

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Electronic Medical Records in a Data Center Environment

Physicians today are faced with many obstacles due to recent regulations created by Health Care Reform. Some practitioners are asking themselves, “How do I provide outstanding quality health care in the face of an increasingly complex regulatory system? Where am I going to find the time and resources to implement an EMR system?” Many doctors are in the precarious position of having to manage and troubleshoot complex IT, EMR and billing systems. Keeping up to date with the latest HIPAA and HITECH compliance and security requirements is expensive, time consuming, and difficult.

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