Create, Store, And Control PHI Files Without Compromising HIPAA Compliance
HIPAA compliance requires that certain safeguards and protocols be put in place to protect the transmission and storage of Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). VM Racks’ HIPAA Vault, provides customers with a customizable HIPAA compliant solution to meet their file storage and sharing needs. HIPAA Vault applies administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect ePHI while allowing greater accessibility to important documents.
VM Racks HIPAA Vault features:
- Simple, easy to use interface
- Share files with others via password protected link
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Branding – company logo can be applied
- Custom url for your organization
- 1 Terabyte storage
- Unlimited users
- HTML5 – compatible with all mainstream browsers, including Chrome, IE, Safari, and most others
HIPAA Vault provides a file management solution to meet our customers growing needs. A user friendly interface allows for file syncing and sharing with in transit and at rest encryption protocols to ensure secure data protection. With multi-level document access users can be set with various permissions per document such as read, edit, or comment to allow for easy collaboration and feedback on each document.
With customizable options it is ideal for companies working in different locations, departments, or on different operating systems. Support for desktop, Android, and Apple applications also allows for greater accessibility to important documents and information from virtually anywhere. With the growing need for collaboration among different individuals and groups, the HIPAA Vault interface provides the ability to share and edit documents in a secure interface without the need for additional downloads or external programs
Many clients utilize the Cloud drive as a means of sharing patient files and important information between locations and individuals. The ability to edit documents in real-time allows for greater collaboration in maintaining and updating vital records. Files such as patient history, X-rays, MRI’s, and other vital information can be easily accessed through the secure web interface by physicians without the need of physical records thus allowing for up to date records and patient treatment histories.