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Are Replies to my HIPAA-Compliant Secure Emails also Secure?

Friday, June 18th, 2021

Sending HIPAA-compliant secure emails is easy- LuxSci’s services allow you to send secure emails to anyone with an active email address. One common question is whether the replies back to these messages will also be HIPAA compliant. This is especially a concern when customers choose to use TLS only a a secure means of email delivery.

In this article we will break down the various ways that messages are sent securely from LuxSci to recipients across the Internet, and how replies behave — and whether they are secure and compliant. At the end, we provide some recommendations for best practices for maximizing data security.

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Gmail, Outlook, Apple Mail and More: How to View Headers in Email

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

If you are having problems with message delivery, one of the first troubleshooting steps is to view headers in email. You can do this by viewing the message source. We’ll explain the basics, then teach you how to view headers in email for the most popular clients. These include Gmail, Apple Mail, Yahoo! Mail, Thunderbird and Outlook.

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LuxSci as Secure Connector for Gmail = LuxSci Email Encryption for Google

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Gmail and Google Workspace users can route their outbound email through LuxSci to take advantage of SecureLine email encryption, which enables HIPAA compliant sent messages, plus LuxSci’s extensive outbound email management tools.  If you prefer the Google interface or need to use it for some reason, but require encryption and/or compliance, you can meet your needs by adding on LuxSci.

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Google Apps HIPAA Compliance Gotchas: Email encryption not included and higher price

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

There has been a lot of hype about Google offering a Business Associate Agreement to paid Google Apps customers who must abide by HIPAA regulations.  Those who are familiar with Google may be under the incorrect assumption that simply signing up for Google Apps will solve all their HIPAA compliance challenges.  This seems to be increasingly less likely as of October, 2014.

Myths and hidden costs pervade this equation. If a HIPAA-aspiring entity isn’t fully educated about the finer details of the compliance process, they could end up paying very large amounts of money for Google services and still be non-compliant. Here we discuss some misconceptions about Google services as they apply to HIPAA to help you avoid the pitfalls of non-compliance.

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HIPAA Compliance is Needed for Emailed Appointment Reminders

Friday, September 20th, 2013

HIPAA ComplianceTwice in the past few weeks I have received appointment reminders or scheduling information from doctors via email — via insecure, non-HIPAA-compliant email.

An email message contains identifying information: my email address and my name. The appointment email messages also contain information about “the past, present, or future provisioning of health care to an individual” … me! Taken together, this means that these email messages are ePHI (more details – what is ePHI?) and needed to be secured in a HIPAA compliant manner.

That they were not compliant was obvious to me:

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