INetU Brings HIPAA Compliance Dashboard to Health 2.0

INetU Brings HIPAA Compliance Dashboard to Health 2.0This week at Health 2.0, INetU — a customer-centric cloud company – showed off its new HIPAA Compliance Dashboard to those in attendance at the conference.

Ahead of the demonstration, mHealthWatch caught up with David Fowler, VP of Marketing at INetU, to discuss his company’s latest offering and the role INetU looks to play in the healthcare space moving forward.

“INetU has over 17 years of experience hosting HIPAA compliant applications and has invested considerably to help healthcare software solution providers comply with all facets of the regulations when it comes to application hosting,” Fowler tells mHealthWatch. “By relying on the INetU cloud environment, healthcare solution providers can more quickly ensure HIPAA compliance without having to outlay huge capital investments in technology and internal expertise.  Furthermore, the trained experts at INetU can act as trusted advisors in understanding new requirements and preparing for architectural changes that could help limit local access to data.”

In our brief chat with Fowler, he was eager to share more information about the recently introduced the HIPAA Compliance Dashboard, which provides a simple display that shows whether a client’s hosted environment is meeting HIPAA standards from the same dashboard that they typically use to manage and monitor their entire hosted environment.

“The dashboard offers high level and detailed views of the required HIPAA activities and procedures in one central location for collaboration, documentation and health status,” he explains. “INetU works together with its clients to assess their HIPAA compliance status for each item in the dashboard, understand possible areas of non-compliance and address them as needed.”

At Health 2.0, INetU provided demos of the HIPAA Compliance Dashboard, and discussed the components of a HIPAA compliant cloud infrastructure.

As cloud hosted websites and provider/client portals become increasingly important components for healthcare providers implementing EHRs and doing more digitally, INetU aims to accelerate those services by making it easier for them to deploy cloud solutions in a secure, compliant and sustainable way,” Fowler asserts. “The HIPAA Compliance Dashboard is a step in that direction, and our security experts and engineers are working every day to implement new technologies and techniques for more secure cloud deployments for mobile health providers.”

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