If you're developing a healthcare-focused mobile application or software for wearable devices, it's important that you understand the laws around protected health information (PHI) and HIPAA compliance. While not all healthcare applications fall under HIPAA rules, those that collect, store, or share personally identifiable health information with covered entities (such as doctors and hospitals) must be HIPAA-compliant.
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No. Please remember that the onus of proving that you *really* do not store data, is on you (CE). If your app is used to record and share patient information with a covered entity in any way, it must be HIPAA-compliant.
Yes, since it is hosting healthcare application which collect, store or transmit electronic protected health information.
Requirement implementation can vary from organization to organization, but as a general rule, entities are expected to complete a risk analysis, create and complete a risk management plan, conduct regular employee training, and implement updated policies and procedures.
If your device or application currently shares or will share the user's personal health data held in the app or device with a covered entity such as a doctor then you are dealing with protected health information and need HIPAA compliance software.
If you are building a wearable device or application that collects the user's personal health information, but do not plan on sharing it with a covered entity such as a doctor at any point in time, then you do not need to be HIPAA compliant and do not violate the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Please refer to the form here which depicts all the information that is needed to be gathered.
On HIPAA.. yes we do but there is no retail training that we provide. We provide training as a part of entire HIPAA engagement.
Any equipment that transmits or stores PHI needs to be cataloged, as required by HIPAA laws .It include hardware, software, Network component?.etc
Yes, detail of all user and employee who are accessing electronic protected health information as a part of audit. Valency Networks does not require those for any other purpose and we are always willing to take those details from customer upon signing a strict and bilateral NDA (Non Disclosure Agreement)
Contact the HHS immediately following the Breach Notification Rule protocols. They'll tell you what to do next.
Yes as a part of HIPAA compliance framework designing.
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