Remember playing Operation? The high-stakes, hand-wringing, pressure-packed game of hand-eye coordination has players trembling as they concentrate on removing Calamity Sam’s various ailments without being shot into the ceiling with surprise when the buzzer inevitably sounds. But real-life...
If you are a covered entity according to the HIPAA laws and you want to run a HIPAA compliant website or application, you will be needing HIPAA compliant hosting. Please be sure you have read this full in-depth article first: HIPAA Compliant Hosting Explained. On this page you will find the...
I have a client who uses a specialized email service provider for HIPAA compliant email, but no, I don't have experience with "HIPAA-compliant website hosting" per se.
We have, however, built a HIPAA-compliant patient referral system for one client. In that case, we used a third party that provides a way to do that by using Gravity Forms and the third party's add on WordPress plugin with the information being stored on their own secure server.
I'm a little late to the party. A HIPAA compliant hosting service is mandatory to ensure HIPAA compliance but just using one on its own does not guarantee compliance. Usually, you also have to sign a BAA with the company after you're absolutely sure that PHI is encrypted and protected.
The one that was using a HIPAA-compliant email vendor has stopped working with that vendor and switched to Office365 at the suggestion of their IT support firm, which happens to also be an Office365 consulting firm. That's all I know about that situation.
The other client, for whom we built the HIPAA-compliant referral form solution, does have an agreement with the vendor for the underlying plugin solution.
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