WeCcode can help make sure your practice meets healthcare regulatory requirements such as HIPAA & Credit Card security and the data integrity requirements of PCI DSS
As part of its daily operations, a practice and their teams must know and comply with federal, state and local regulations. You can count on Integrity to reduce your practice’s worries over securing patient information through our security and compliance services.
Don't navigate the HIPAA maze alone. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires anyone that deals with Protected Health Information (ePHI) to implement physical, network and process-based security measures. As a covered entity, a medical facility, hospital, or dental office is legally required to comply with HIPAA regulations. Non-compliance and breaches can cost your practice up to $1.5 million and loss of reputation. Although you may have administrative policies and procedures in place for HIPAA, your technology should not be an afterthought. Integrity will work with you to implement HIPAA-compliant technology solutions. Integrity requires all staff to regularly train in HIPAA Regulations. HIPAA rules and regulations can be overwhelming, but they don’t have to be. We can help you navigate that way.
Puzzled by quarterly vulnerability scans and self-assessment questionnaires? We can help.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) applies to companies of any size that accept credit card payments. If your practice intends to accept, store, process and transmit cardholder data, you need to ensure that your overall system infrastructure supports your compliance efforts. Integrity can help you through the maze.
Spend less time jumping through hoops and let us remove your worry.
Securely transmit patient and other confidential information with our hosted email
solution. Hosted Exchange with encryption is a monthly subscription service that
leverages enterprise mail functionality in a hosted environment. Get all the benefits of
Hosted Exchange without the overhead costs of a mail server. Sending email with
Protected Health Information (PHI) without encryption is a vulnerability, exposes you to
fines, and can cause a potential visit from the HIPAA authorities. Be confident that your
email is secured.