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Consistently maintain HIPAA compliance for your cloud services by working with IT experts who understand HIPAA regulations.

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Meet & Exceed HIPAA Requirements While Boosting Your IT Efficiency

Following HIPAA security rules doesn’t need to take up bandwidth. Adhere to regulations without bottlenecks.

Why choose ProSource for HIPAA compliance?

  • Ask our HIPAA consultants how you can weave regulations into your environment without disruptions.
  • Enhance data protection by storing protected health information (PHI) on our 100% U.S.-based server.
  • Reach out to an IT support team who understands HIPAA compliance rules, anytime, any day, 24/7.
  • See if we’re the right partner for you by testing us out with a free 10-minute pre-sales audit.
  • Try our HIPAA-compliant cloud services risk-free with our 30-day cloud server exit policy.

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Why Healthcare Organizations Trust ProSource

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Migrate to a HIPAA-Compliant Cloud

Storing healthcare records in your office takes up valuable space and requires constant maintenance to ensure security and accessibility. This can be overwhelming and inefficient.

Cloud services can solve that problem, but you still need to maintain HIPAA compliance in the cloud.

ProSource provides a 100% HIPAA-compliant cloud server based in Orlando, Florida. Our team can work with yours to migrate your data to our location.

Plus, our cloud service will actually simplify compliance management. That’s because it adapts swiftly to regulatory changes with automatic updates across all devices and accounts.

Choose Secure EMR Hosting Services

The global use of EMR systems has increased by 46% over the last 5 years. While these systems have numerous benefits, you need to be sure that you’re following HIPAA when you use them.

ProSource offers EMR hosting services on our HIPAA-compliant cloud, providing a reliable solution to safeguard your compliance.

This way, you can be assured that everyone who needs to access patient records can do so without putting your compliance standards at risk.

You can leverage everything that EMR has to offer without compromising your data protection standards!

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Schedule Regular Risk Assessments to Help You Stay Up-to-Date

Integrating HIPAA compliance into regular business activities is essential for maintaining security. However, staying current with changing HIPAA regulations can be challenging and time-consuming.

At ProSource, we facilitate ongoing compliance without the need for extra effort from your side. Our regular risk assessments help you see where you must adjust your security controls to ensure they meet the latest HIPAA standards.

By partnering with us, you keep your security strategy up-to-date effortlessly.

ProSource ensures your compliance efforts are seamless and effective, so you can focus on your core business activities.

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Leverage Strategic Advice on Following HIPAA

Healthcare providers must implement mandatory regulations and evaluate whether flexible guidelines are appropriate for their operations. This can be difficult to navigate while performing other tasks.

ProSource provides expert HIPAA consulting services designed to simplify this process. Our team is equipped with extensive experience and technical expertise.

We use both to help you comply with mandatory regulations and decide which optional security rules are needed for your organization.

Reduce Waiting Room Security Risks

Guest Wi-Fi in waiting rooms is common and expected by many people. The problem is that a user with ill intentions can use your guest Wi-Fi to compromise and steal ePHI records.

ProSource can help you reduce that risk. Our services include wireless network support, remote management, technical support, and routine maintenance for your public Wi-Fi.

Our expert team is committed to minimizing risks, enhancing network security, and keeping your patient data safe.

Stay Ahead of HIPAA Audits

Healthcare organizations undergo periodic HIPAA compliance assessments. Failing these audits can result in severe regulatory fines, stressing the need for thorough preparation.

ProSource can help with preemptive compliance support. Our services include scanning your systems for vulnerabilities and assisting in their remediation.

This proactive approach ensures that you address potential issues before your audit. You’ll reduce the risk of costly fines and uphold your organization's credibility.

Encrypt All Transmissions of Protected Patient Data

32% of hospitals and 52% of non-acute providers do not encrypt their data in transit. Although encryption is an optional requirement under HIPAA, it is a best cybersecurity practice in all industries.

If you’re not sure where to start, ProSource can help. We provide encryption services for data in transit and at rest.

This way, even if someone intercepts your data, they cannot read it. If there are any limitations on how you can use encryption, we’ll ensure sensitive data is prioritized.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Can Healthcare Organizations Ensure Their Cloud Services Are HIPAA Compliant?

To ensure HIPAA compliance for cloud services, healthcare organizations must thoroughly assess cloud providers' security policies and procedures before partnership.

You may also want to seek providers that sign Business Associate Agreements, as these indicate a commitment to protecting patient data as mandated by HIPAA.

Providers who implement strong access controls, conduct regular security training for employees, and engage in frequent risk assessments will further support compliance efforts.

What Are the Implications of Using Multi-Tenant Environments for HIPAA-Compliant Data Storage?

Using multi-tenant environments for HIPAA-compliant data storage introduces complexities in ensuring data privacy and security.
Healthcare organizations must employ advanced encryption, strict access controls, and detailed audit logs to protect health information.

However, choosing a service provider like ProSource, which offers a private cloud solution, helps you avoid these challenges.

How Often Should Security Audits Be Conducted for HIPAA Compliance in Cloud Services?

Security audits for HIPAA compliance in cloud services should be conducted at least annually to ensure ongoing adherence to regulatory standards.

However, more frequent audits may be necessary depending on the sensitivity of the data handled and if there were any recent changes to technology or regulations.

Healthcare organizations often benefit from conducting semi-annual or quarterly audits to proactively identify and mitigate potential security vulnerabilities.

What Are the Key HIPAA Requirements for Cloud Service Providers?

HIPAA requirements for cloud service providers include:

  • Ensuring that ePHI is accessible only to authorized individuals.
  • Implementing mechanisms to ensure PHI is not altered or destroyed improperly.
  • Providing access only to those who need it to perform their job functions.
  • Signing agreements that obligate the provider to protect PHI in compliance with HIPAA rules.
  • Recording and examining access and other activity in information systems that contain or use PHI.

Can Using APIs with Cloud Services Introduce HIPAA Compliance Risks?

Using APIs with cloud services can introduce HIPAA compliance risks if not properly managed. APIs can potentially expose sensitive health information if they are not securely designed or implemented.

To mitigate these risks, healthcare organizations must ensure that APIs have strong authentication and encryption mechanisms.

It is also vital to regularly review and update API security protocols to address new vulnerabilities.