Customers can access their software from any location with an Internet connection
All software upgrades, maintenance, security, backups and HIPAA compliance are handled by CardioPulse technical engineers
Customer's protected health information is housed in an N+1 redundant server facility
An internet based software solution can be setup with minimal timeframe's
Support and end user training has never been easier, as CardioPulse support staff has immediate access to the software
Outsourcing IT support provides a fiscally viable solution for practices operating under tight budget constraints
HIPAA compliance equals peace of mind.
CardioPulse will track Notice of Privacy Practices per patient. As of April 14, 2003 all providers must distribute, to all existing patients and new patients, a notice of privacy practice.
CardioPulse will sign a business associate agreement with each provider to adhere to HIPAA compliancy.
A large area of the security portion of HIPAA requires each provider maintain a disaster recovery plan. All provider records administered by CardioPulse are delivered over multiple-redundant power supplies. Provider files are backed up each day and the back up tapes are then stored in a fireproof safe (protection up to 1 full hour in fires up to 1700 degrees Fahrenheit).
CardioPulse provides a firewall and audit trails.
HIPAA requires the removal of 18 elements from a patients chart in order to submit patient information for research, marketing or fundraising. CardioPulse easily aids in the removal of this information.
Wireless technology and palm pilots all fall under HIPAA regulations. Our technical staff will help your hospital/practice meet compliancy for this technology by helping to setup passwords and ensuring the PHI does not become available while using wireless technology.
All faxing of PHI will need to meet certain standards to fall within the HIPAA guidelines. CardioPulse helps meet compliancy via fax cover sheets and audit trails.