We will continue to be vigilant in the protection of data. Certification from TrustArc is tantamount to our commitment towards the protection of critical data we store for our clients.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (PRWEB) January 31, 2019
After an extensive and comprehensive assessment of privacy and security practices, Integrated Database Systems (IDS) has re-earned the TrustArc Privacy Shield Certification. This TrustArc certification demonstrates the commitment IDS has to advancing the privacy and security practices within the homecare industry. This is the fifth consecutive year IDS has earned the TrustArc Privacy Shield Certification.
Lance and Lisa Ferden co-founded IDS in 2002 in order to provide the in-home care industry with a technical solution built on a foundation of the highest security standards. Today the company’s online service, Generations Homecare System, is used by over 800 agencies and thousands of users on a daily basis.
“Renewing our Privacy Shield certification involved a rigorous, independent review of our internal and external practices, policies, and procedures. Our credibility is important to us, and the certification shows our commitment to privacy best practices,” said Lance Ferden, President of IDS.
Homecare providers using Generations trust IDS to safely store critical data and personal information. Caregivers and clinicians use Generations as the electronic record of care provided. IDS has been at the forefront of moving care teams towards electronic record keeping.
Vice President of IDS Lisa Ferden shares, “We will continue to be vigilant in the protection of data. Certification from TrustArc is tantamount to our commitment towards the protection of critical data we store for our clients.”
For more information on Generations Homecare System, visit http://homecaresoftware.com.
About Integrated Database Systems:
Generations Homecare System has been developed and supported by Integrated Database Systems, a Michigan company, since 2002. IDS is committed to creating powerful technical solutions for the homecare industry as part of an ongoing effort in elevating the standards of aging-in-place.