Keeping your data safe
Intruders won’t waste their time trying to unlock an impenetrable door. At InXite, we use state-of-the-art security solutions that protect your confidential healthcare data from unauthorized or unwanted use.
Here’s how we’re keeping your data safe:
Your data is only accessible to the authorized users you choose. Encrypting information protects the integrity of documents, images, and messages. InXite not only protects your information through encryption, but with strict compliance with HIPAA security rules.
Using a two-factor authentication process provides a more sophisticated way of protecting your data. This method combines a password with face recognition to verify your identity.
The Future of Healthcare Data Security
At InXite, we are never content with the status quo. We are leading the charge in identifying new security technologies to continuously implement the highest levels of data security to protect your confidential healthcare data.
InXite leverages the industry’s most advanced security services continuously updated in real-time by industry-leading advanced threat intelligence services.
With managed security services and a team of security experts, ethical hackers and researchers, you can be confident that your data is safe and secure.
Interoperability – what does it mean and how does it affect you?
In simple terms, interoperability is the ability for healthcare technology systems and devices to exchange, interpret, and store data using common standards.
On March 9, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) finalized two transformative rules that will give patients unprecedented safe, secure access to their health data. Interoperability has been pursued by multiple administrations and numerous laws. These two rules finally deliver on giving patients true access to their healthcare data to make informed healthcare decisions and better manage their care. Putting patients in charge of their health records is a key piece of giving patients more control in healthcare, and patient control is at the center of both the Trump administration and InXite’s work toward a value-based healthcare system.
“The days of patients being kept in the dark are over,” said Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Seema Verma. “These rules begin a new chapter by requiring insurance plans to share health data with their patients in a format suitable for their phones or other device of their choice. We are holding payers to a higher standard while protecting patient privacy through secure access to their health information. Patients can expect improved quality and better outcomes at a lower cost.”