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eBook: HIPAA-compliant Website Basics

Monday, February 27th, 2017

What healthcare organizations need to know about HIPAA-compliant web sites

Book 2 in the LuxSci Internet Security Series.

Created by Erik Kangas, PhD

This LuxSci eBook is your well-researched guide to both a critical understanding of the specific issues and concepts of HIPAA as it applies to web sites, so that you stay compliant with these government standards. This document will provide a framework for your health care organization to keep the privacy of patient information front and center while still having an engaging web presence. Providers will have the necessary tools to meet all requirements established by HIPAA for access to, storage of, and transmission of protected health information (PHI) through web sites.

This eBook includes sections on:

  1. Introduction
  2. What are HIPAA-compliant web sites?
  3. HIPAA-compliance for WordPress
  4. What is HIPAA-compliant web site hosting?
  5. Components of a solid web site hosting infrastructure
  6. Finding a HIPAA-compliant provider
  7. What are HIPAA-compliant web forms?
  8. Informing developers of HIPAA requirements
  9. Conclusion

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Capture where someone filled out your form: Geolocation for SecureForm Form Builder

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

A nurse from your company visits a patient at his/her home and, as part of the process, has to fill out and submit an electronic form describing the visit while there. Capturing the nurse’s exact location (without the need to trust the nurse) when she or he fills out that form is a critical check that the patient received proper care—at the right time and place. This not only protects against nurses lying about their whereabouts, but it also defends you against patients who claim the nurse was not there at a specific time.

Geolocation

Geolocation is the ability for phone, tablet, and some laptops to know exactly where you are in the world (for example, through GPS or other means). This feature is visible in modern Web browsers so that Web pages can query the user’s device to find out the device’s current latitude and longitude and that can translate it into the approximate street address (assuming the location is close to some street address).

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