Host.net Rolls Out HIPAA-Compliant Healthcare IT Package

80 Percent of mHealth Apps Vulnerable to HIPAA Violations and MoreHost.net, a multinational provider of cloud, managed infrastructure and network services, announced Thursday the launch of its HIPAA-compliant Healthcare IT solution.

The new Host.net HIPAA Compliance Package is designed to “arm hospitals, doctors offices and healthcare service providers with secure ways to meet complex compliance regulations, protect patient privacy, establish and improve telehealth and telemedicine services and adeptly address critical healthcare IT requirements.”

Through Host.net’s HIPAA-compliant services — including colocation, physical security, cooling and power redundancies, multi-layer network redundancy and hybrid IT solutions — healthcare providers can ensure their complex data and voice infrastructure is compliant and secure.

The new flexible Host.net HIPAA Compliance Package includes a variety of colocation options and offers several ways to further customize through hybrid cloud configurations, Internet service and Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) layer two networking — a flexible and fast way to route data and voice traffic.

This integrated solution ensures patient and employee data is safe, while enabling multi-location doctors practices to connect their offices, quickly transfer Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and files, improve telemedicine capabilities, and ensure the utmost in security and reliability.

“Host.net has seen increased demand from health institutions and healthcare service providers for fully compliant IT solutions that ensure their critical systems and IT infrastructure remain highly available and secure,” states Host.net CEO Jason Katz. “Host.net is agile and has a wealth of experience in meeting compliance needs for our clients, allowing them to focus on their core business, while we manage the infrastructure and deal with the complex and ever-changing compliance landscape.”

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