Medical Records on the Run: Protecting Healthcare Information Through Device Control and Data Encryption

Medical Records on the Run: Protecting Healthcare Information Through Device Control and Data Encryption As the electronic medical records revolution takes hold of the healthcare industry, the benefits and drawbacks of digitized health documentation are being revealed. On one hand, the convenience of putting this data online enables healthcare professionals to provide more collaborative and knowledgeable care by streamlining patient management, scheduling, billing and other logistics. But the more pervasive electronic protected health information (ePHI) becomes, the more of a risk it poses to organizations.

Read this paper to learn how to take advantage of the benefits of putting medical records online with effective methods to manage the risk, including:

  • Data Loss and Theft Protection;
  • Compliance with Data Privacy Regulations such as HIPAA, HITECH, PCI DSS, and many US state laws;
  • Flexible Exception Management;
  • Continuous Audit Readiness



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