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HIPAA-Compliance eBook Series

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

 

LUXSCI RELEASES FREE HIPAA-COMPLIANCE EBOOK SERIES

New series further explains secure email, texting, websites, web forms and email marketing.

BOSTON, MA – May 30, 2017 – LuxSci (www.luxsci.com), the HIPAA-compliant Internet and Email Security experts, have just released their 3-part eBook series on HIPAA-compliant communications, aimed at healthcare organizations in need of additional information to help them better understand the methods and technologies available for safeguarding their practice and protecting patient privacy.

In the first eBook, “HIPAA-Compliant Email Basics”, LuxSci discusses HIPAA and ePHI, the provisions of the HIPAA email security rule, risk analysis and the need for encryption, and take a closer look at Gmail and Google Apps.

The next eBook, “HIPAA-Compliant Website Basics”, defines what is required from HIPAA-compliant websites, website hosting, and web forms.

The final eBook, “HIPAA-Compliant Bulk Emailing Basics”, is a technical guide to email marketing and outlines best practices for list maintenance, large-scale sending strategies, IP reputation challenges, SPF and DKIM considerations, and HIPAA-compliance specifics.

Erik Kangas, Ph.D. and CEO of LuxSci says, “Online communications technologies are pervasive and they can really help a healthcare organization stay current and engaged.  Understanding the technologies, the risks, and the best practices are the first steps to getting started in a productive, compliant, and profitable direction.  These eBooks provide a great deal of guidance, enabling you to get started quickly.“

To download these free eBooks and find out how LuxSci can help with HIPAA compliance, click here.

Press Release: How To Text and Remain HIPAA-compliant

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

WESTWOOD, MA, March 15, 2016 — LuxSci® announces the recent launch of SecureText, a unique solution to concerns about HIPAA-compliant text messaging, and an important step to safeguard and secure electronic patient health information (ePHI).

Communicating through text message is a convenience to which we have grown rapidly accustomed. However, sending unsecured texts places healthcare providers and patients at risk in several ways: (1) ePHI-laden messages are not always encrypted during transmission or storage; (2) anyone with access to a recipient’s phone or stored messages can view ePHI-laden messages; (3) and some ePHI-laden text messages travel through organizations which lack required HIPAA Business Associate Agreements. Additionally, since healthcare providers are required to obtain and maintain consent from patients for texting – providers must ensure that patients are adequately educated on the risks associated with sending ePHI via text and presented with secure alternatives to insecure texting.

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