September 14th, 2020

Should You Integrate Your Email Marketing Software with Your EHR System?

Email marketing is a powerful tool for growing your business. Although those in the healthcare industry face restrictions on how they can use it, they can still mount successful campaigns with HIPAA-compliant email marketing software. They can also take things one step further, maximizing their efficiency and effectiveness by integrating their email marketing software with […]

September 3rd, 2020

Quasi-HIPAA Compliance Podcast

As a followup to our blog on Quasi-HIPAA Compliance, Erik recently had the chance discuss the topic in a podcast with Jason Karn of Total HIPAA.  They touched on some key topics including: What exactly is “Quasi-HIPAA” compliance? What are some common gaps in Business Associate Agreements (BAA)? What are some best practices when choosing […]

July 28th, 2020

HIPAA-compliant Email Host or SMTP Connector? Which to use…

You may have heard that you need to use HIPAA-compliant email to protect your organization’s ePHI, but many people aren’t sure where to go from there. Don’t worry if you fall into this camp, because this article will explain your options in depth. The most straightforward solution is to simply sign up for a HIPAA-compliant […]

July 20th, 2020

When Should You Send ePHI in Your Marketing Emails?

If you operate in the healthcare sector, you should always be wary of your organization’s electronic protected health information (ePHI). One of the most complicated situations involves email marketing, because carelessly sent messages can easily lead to HIPAA violations and their costly ramifications. Because of this danger, you should only send ePHI in your marketing […]

July 16th, 2020

CEO Erik Kangas Featured on Total HIPAA Podcasts

    Erik recently sat down with our friends at Total HIPAA to discuss a variety of HIPAA topics, including: Security concerns during COVID-19. How you can be more secure while working from home. How LuxSci is helping organizations that need to securely send PHI in their COVID-19-related communications. How to interpret the U.S. Department […]