The Compliancy Group has certified WellnessLiving, a top-rated business management software provider for health and wellness companies, as HIPAA compliant.
Any software company that offers products that are likely to access PHI is categorized as business associates as per the HIPAA and should make sure to have HIPAA-compliant policies and procedures in place and enforce safety measures to protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of PHI.
The software provider based in Toronto, Canada works directly with a lot of healthcare companies and understands its accountabilities as required by the HIPAA with regard to protected health information (PHI). When scheduling a visit with a healthcare company, patients or clients must provide personal details including their name, date of birth, or email address. Considering that WellnessLiving processes and retains PHI, HIPAA compliance is important.
Co-founder and CEO Len Fridman of WellnessLiving states that the company takes the responsibility of protecting customer’s information very seriously. Therefore, it took the proper action so as to re-certify its software platform. The Compliancy Group verified the fact that the company has the most secure software program. It is completely HIPAA compliant so it’s okay for WellnessLiving customers to do business with healthcare companies, which include health clubs, fitness centers, medical offices, massage therapists, health spas, personal trainers, and yoga studios.
WellnessLiving used the Compliancy Group’s proven exclusive HIPAA compliancy method and its compliance tracking software program called The Guard to track compliance. Compliancy Group’s compliance coaches helped with its compliance journey from start to finish.
After finishing the 6-stage HIPAA risk analysis and remediation procedure, the HIPAA subject matter specialists of Compliancy Group evaluated WellnessLiving’s honest effort towards HIPAA compliance. Finally, WellnessLiving received the HIPAA Seal of Compliance award.
With the HIPAA Seal of Compliance, a company can demonstrate that it has put in place an effective HIPA compliance program and has satisfied all of the conditions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, Security Rule, Breach Notification Rule, the HITECH Act, and Omnibus Rule.