HIPAA

OVERVIEW

HIPPA a renowned term and any association maintaining or transmitting via ePHI (electronic protected health information) must comply with HIPAA. This comprises of business associates, which are contractors and subcontractors that execute services on behalf of a health insurance provider. Electronic protected health information is defined as "identifiable demographic and other information relating to the past, present, or future physical or mental health or condition of an individual."

Mainly HIPAA features 3 components linked to data protection that includes the Privacy Rule, the Security Rule, and the Breach Notification Rule.


ADVANTAGES

Safety Rule
This rule states the organizational, technical, physical controls necessary to protect electronic protected health information (ePHI) either it is created, maintained, stored or in transportation.

Privacy Rule
This regulation safeguards and takes control of personal health information, no issue its format: written, oral, electronic medium. Generally, it sets restrictions for the revelation of patient information without their permission and spells out the privileges patients have over their data.

Breach Notice Rule
This is one of the main advantages of this compliance with its rules and orders HIPAA-covered entities and their business associates.



HOW IT WORKS

Kratikal provides a complete portfolio that can assist business of any dimension to respond to HIPAA regulations. We are preferably suited to assist support a compliance program centered on the executive, physical, and technological requirements of HIPAA.

Urgent Care Solutions Bundle
A wide-ranging solution addressing both HIPAA / HITECH and PCI compliance particularly customized for Urgent Care facilities and operators.

Data Loss avoidance
Allows you to find out and categorize sensitive data and stop it from leaving the network.

Secure Web Gateway
Enables secure and creative access to Web 2.0 while making sure compliance, minimizing data loss and eradicating malware risks

Network Access rule
Makes sure about various managed and unmanaged devices connecting to the network conform to policies and do not initiate malware.

Penetration Testing
Identifies and supervise probable vulnerabilities in your applications, networks, or databases.