What is HIPAA?
The United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was intended to drive adoption of electronic health records, improve healthcare through information sharing, and regulate the security and privacy of Protected Health Information (PHI).
A HIPAA-compliant system or application ensures security and privacy of any ePHI that is stored, transmitted, or otherwise processed by covered entities and their business associates.
How does ManyWho comply with HIPAA?
ManyWho provides a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) to its customers certifying that their provisioned ManyWho tenant is compliant with HIPAA requirements. ManyWho customers can then build, deploy, and utilize business applications that utilize Protected Health Information.
View our third-party HIPAA audit summary.
The ManyWho Platform enables HIPAA compliance in the following ways:
- Disaster Recovery
- Access Controls
While ManyWho’s HIPAA offering removes much of the complexity of implementing and maintaining HIPAA compliance, customers are still responsible for the design and administration of their specific business applications to comply with HIPAA.
ManyWho customers who are interested in HIPAA compliance should contact a member of our team for more information or to execute a BAA.
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