Health Information Privacy and Security

Secure patient data with unified access and management

of all reported data breaches in 2020 occurred in the healthcare industry, making it the most targeted sector for cyberattacks [1]



Healthcare organizations are bound by patient confidentiality and compliance regulations. Patient health information (PHI), such as lab results, health records and transition of care documents, must be managed and shared securely across providers, health systems and payers. Noncompliance results in financial fines, reputational damage and lost business.

Health Information Privacy and Security solutions unify access to patient data to accelerate data interoperability, secure information exchange and analyze billing and clinical data.

Key benefits

Impact business and achieve better results.

  • Improve PHI security and HIPAA compliance

    Connect, capture, transmit and share highly sensitive data while adhering to compliance requirements.

  • Accelerate patient data exchange

    Modernize and enhance operations with secure digital interoperable patient health information exchange.

  • Improve interoperability across complex healthcare ecosystems

    Integrate data from an ever-increasing number of new sources to exchange data within or between health systems without manual manipulation.

  • Drive end-to-end continuity of care

    Automate communications between physicians and specialists, reducing time to capture data in EMR systems and supporting consistent, high-quality care.

  • Use insights to drive outcomes

    Integrate, harmonize and manage health data from any application or data source and eliminate silos to gain insights that improve patient care.

  • Coordinate payer and provider engagement

    Simplify digital information exchange within and between provider and payer networks.

Business impacts

  • Full patient view

    Providing the best patient care relies on a complete view of patient information. Unstructured health data is complex to integrate, and HIPAA and PHI compliance requirements increase risk and complexity. Ensure compliance and improve patient care.

  • Clinical information exchange

    Healthcare providers need to send and receive results, imaging and physician notes quickly. With various, unintegrated systems to maneuver, the exchange is slow and critical information may be delayed. Easily exchange information across providers.

  • EMR system integration

    Health providers need complete patient information to provide the best patient care. With multiple EMR systems, organizations need to maintain costly integrations to get the 360-degree view. Save time and money with certified EMR integrations.

  • System maintenance

    Many organizations still rely on a variety of legacy patient data systems. Maintaining these multiple systems not only increases cost but it ties up valuable resources. Streamline systems and free up resources.

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  1. [1]Healthcare Cybersecurity, The Biggest Stats and Trends in 2022, May 2021