HIPAA and HITECH security is a process for the healthcare, medical, and therapy industries. iPlum and the iPlum app offers HIPAA compliant secure communication sincluding HIPAA complaint texting, HIPAA compliant text messaging, and HIPAA secure voicemail within our app. Regardless of what industry you’re in, a HIPAA compliant second line with the iPlum app ensures you and your clients are protected.
Yes, iPlum provides a BAA – Business Associate Agreement. It is free with Annual Unlimited plan. To keep highest level of security, every iPlum number has its own BAA. With an iPlum HIPAA compliant secure number, BAA covers ePHI information. Please contact us for BAA after setting up your iPlum subscription.
Yes, with an iPlum business account you can buy multiple sub-accounts for your associates and give them a second line for their mobile which is HIPAA complaint and resolves any privacy issues for the entire team. Your associates will also have HIPAA Compliant and HIPAA secure messaging, calling, voicemail, and texting on their iPlum line. All with our HIPAA compliant app.
Yes, you can make your existing landline or mobile number HIPAA compliant by porting into iPlum. Check step by step process here.
HIPAA and HITECH security regulations apply to all healthcare professionals, insurance companies professionals who provide health insurance and any third party service providers who have access to private health information.
All such organizations are required to ensure that their employees, contractors, sub-contractors, and brokers conform to the HIPAA regulations. The organizations need to train all members on the procedures that they should use when communicating sensitive patients´ data to prevent data breaches and HIPAA violations.
The latest changes to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 1996 (HIPAA) acknowledges that with rapid changes in technology and workplace, private health information is more commonly accessed using smartphones, cell phones, tablets and other mobile handhelds.
There is a greater risk that private healthcare information can be compromised with devices being lost or stolen. Additionally data can be compromised when the mobile devices are used at open networks at carrier or Wi-Fi.
Healthcare business organizations can use secure mobile applications like iPlumm for HIPAA compliance. These apps have encryption policy which keeps the data secure in them. The account can be easily locked by an administration so that the information can’t be accessed in case of lost or stolen device.