Maintaining HIPAA regulations in new technologies [Video]

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act – better known as HIPAA – was signed into law back in 1996. This set of regulations holds health care providers responsible for keeping patient data stored, accessed and transmitted safely and securely.

 With the emergence and popularity of so many new technologies in the medical sector, HIPAA requirements are even more essential. These guidelines help make sure that even when data is stored and accessed outside of medical facilities, the information is safeguarded.

That said, if you’re unsure about any rules and regulations surrounding HIPAA regulations, turn to professionals from Professional Medical Services. Our team will work tirelessly to ensure your organization formulates an accounts receivable management strategy that works best for you while adhering to all federal regulations.