HIPAA Compliance and Sharefile
GenoVive report distribution is powered by Sharefile, the industry leader in document security. The consequences of maintaining outdated technology drives up the cost of care and puts organizations at risk of violating industry regulations such as HIPAA. Sharefile by Citrix makes enterprises more mobile and collaborative, while reducing the risk, complexity and cost of sharing information across and beyond your organization. Available as a cloud service or on premise, Sharefile’s unique data-centric security architecture enables organizations to control synced and shared files wherever they go, on any device – even those beyond IT control. With full end-to-end document protection and tracking, Sharefile imparts the industry’s highest level of security while maintaining ease of use. Sensitive documents are encrypted with strong AES-256 at all times (at rest, in transit and in use) and remain controlled even after they have been accessed on mobile devices or shared with external parties.
Sharefile enables users to edit, annotate and collaborate with their files in one seamless, secure application. When content leaves a system, security restrictions travels with it. Only Sharefile delivers built-in content-modifying functionality to retain full visibility and jurisdiction.Sharefile provides optional, integrated digital rights management technology that can be turned on to allow document owners and administrators to remain in full control of files even after they are downloaded onto desktops or leave the shared workspace.
Sharefile can eliminate the stress and concerns around distributing time and HIPAA complient information. With Sharefile, the use of fax and paper is removed. Instead, a shared workspace can be created for streamlined ongoing or instantaneous one-time collaboration. Information is always displayed in flawless visual fidelity, regardless of access device, to ensure accurate communication, as misinformation can lead to life-altering errors. Most importantly, Sharefile provides persistent protection of the data, always and only sharing files without question of adhering to HIPAA requirements. Failure to comply can result in upset patients (loss of future business) and fines from the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Civil Rights (financial penalties and loss of reputation). With Sharefile as the de facto platform for sharing information, healthcare organizations can rest assured that their information is always delivered in a secure, timely manner.