The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) went into effect as part of the Social Security Act of 1996 in order to protect. health care coverage for individuals who have lost or changed their jobs, and to. ensure security of electronic transfers of electronic protected health. information (ePHI).
Hospitals, private practices, dental offices, clinics, pharmacies, health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and any other covered entity or person handling ePHI have all had to work earnestly to achieve and maintain compliance with. the extensive set of strict requirements associated with HIPAA. In a time of increasingly costly and frequent data breaches, it is more important than ever to provide assurances when it comes to protecting vendor data and patient ePHI.
Qmulos simplifies HIPAA compliance in a few easy steps. To the right you can find a link to download the free product brief, addressing some of the confusion behind the new standard, as well as how our solution, Q-Compliance, can assist your organization in quickly becoming compliant and helping your organization and your chosen third-party auditor organization in assessing your level of compliance.