I am a student creating an app for school project. I was wondering if I have to be HIPAA compliant. I am creating an app, where diabetics can store their glucose and calculate insulin dosage. None of the information will be sent to hospitals or physicians. How would HIPAA work in this case? Thank you ahead.
Can someone assist me? We are working with a client of ours who would like us to create a billing application that will be a web based system. It will deal with patient and insurance carrier data. Where do we start? What do we need to do when building the about? Technical? What do we need to do from administration side? We will be dealing with UB-04 for billing.
Is a BA Contract required between a BA providing PHI to another BA of a CE? (for example, a CE requests their EHR vendor to send PHI to a data analytics firm OR a CE requests a data analytics firm to send PHI to another vendor doing work on the CE's behalf)?
Does OCR recommend any guides to developers to help them evaluate different kinds of cyberinsurance policies and to determine what types and levels of insurance are needed depending on the application they have developed and for general company compliance?
Is a BAA required for the use of these tools, specifically when these tools are handling the compiling, build pipelines for code sources and virtualization container... more »
We are scheduling patients through an online scheduling app. We've been told patients are de-identified if we only use the first three letters of their first and last name for the scheduling portal. Could you confirm whether or not this is HIPAA compliant?
I have several questions.
I am assuming that the business associate between our clients/providers... more »
We are an Italian software house and we would like to commercialize our software for Videodermatoscopy in USA.
Before that we would be sure that our software is HIPPA compliant because it stores patient's health information such as: name, surname, address, phone number, information about health status and specific information about patient's diseasies, photos of the patient and its mole, therapies, etc.etc.... more »
Is an app for people to share STD test results by taking a picture of the STD test results and getting a scannable QR code covered by HIPAA, HITECH or other laws/regulations?
I am building a mobile application to facilitate the patients and I am accessing the PHI through RESTful web apis.
I want to clarify one thing that I surfed a lot on google recently is, if I save patient's password or access token for re-authentication in iOS keychains, then may I consider this approach or this would be vulnerable to save the passwords in iOS keychains and violates HIPAA compliance act?