Build your software on top of TrueVault and leave the regulations to us.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
As of today, covered entities and business associates must be in compliance with the HIPAA Omnibus Rule. The final omnibus rule represents the most significant changes to the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules since they were first implemented. TrueVault aims to help healthcare organizations and their business associates become HIPAA compliant.
Healthcare providers, healthcare clearinghouses, health plans, and their business associates need to be HIPAA compliant by September 23, 2013. This includes covered entities, anyone who provides treatment, payment and operations in healthcare, and business associates, anyone with access to patient information and provides support in treatment, payment or operations. Subcontractors, or business associates of business associates, must also be in compliance.
Fortunately, there are a number of solutions available to help with the new HIPAA compliance requirements.
TrueVault provides HIPAA compliant storage for PHI. “Think of TrueVault as your application's backend,” said TrueVault Co-Founder and CEO Jason Wang. “You build your software on top of TrueVault and leave the regulations to us.” TrueVault handles the Technical and Physical Safeguards as outlined in the HIPAA Security Rule. TrueVault is not HIPAA compliant hosting, and it is not a HIPAA compliant Dropbox. TrueVault is a backend-as-a-service designed to save hundreds of development hours and alleviate the headaches that existing companies experience while setting up a HIPAA compliant data center. TrueVault provides a simple REST API that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data at any time from anywhere on the web.
In addition, TrueVault indemnifies its customers against regulatory fines and the cost of breach remediation. TrueVault will sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA), and TrueVault has a comprehensive Privacy-Data Breach Insurance policy.
Accountable automates the administrative components of a HIPAA compliance program. It is a secure, cloud-based HIPAA compliance management platform. Accountable’s compliance management solution ensures that organizations are completely up-to-date on all HIPAA rules and requirements.
Box now offers HIPAA compliant cloud storage. This enables Box to securely serve clinical researchers, healthcare systems, and health insurance providers. With Box, you store files online, then arrange them into folders just like on your desktop.
The HIPAA Omnibus Rule has created new compliance obligations for both covered entities and business associates. But, the good news is that help is available.
About TrueVault: https://www.truevault.com/
TrueVault is a data backend for healthcare apps, devices, and sites. TrueVault provides HIPAA compliant storage for protected health information (PHI). Developers build their software on top of TrueVault, and TrueVault handles the Technical and Physical Safeguards outlined in the HIPAA Security Rule. All applications need a backend, but setting up a HIPAA compliant data center can be expensive and takes a lot of time. The TrueVault backend-as-a-service saves hundreds of development hours, and helps you get to market faster. Headquartered in Newport Beach, Calif., TrueVault was founded in 2013 and is lead by Jason Wang and Trey Swann.