Veriphyr helps covered entities meet the challenges of Meaningful Use requirements for patient data privacy and the user access requirements of the privacy and security rule. Download our white paper on the challenges of insider abuse and how Veriphyr meets HIPAA security objectives for user activity.
With the new Meaningful Use Final Rule emphasis on security objectives, security of IT systems and EHR must now be documented through risk assessment and evaluation of safeguards. Access controls over applications and systems that contain and transmit EHR may have vulnerabilities to insider abuse. The risk: breaches of patient privacy from snooping and other unauthorized activity.
Veriphyr’s advanced data analytics technology provides a new approach to detecting insider threats to the privacy of patient data:
- A single view of user access to patient information for all your health care systems.
- Deployed in days, not months
- Requires no changes to your existing systems
- Works with data you already have
- Provides reports that administrators and executives can quickly understand
The Veriphyr service includes auditing of users viewing, adding, deleting, or modifying individual patient records to meet patient-level access audit requirements of the Meaningful Use qualification from the 2009 ARRA legislation.
Veriphyr helps covered entities meet the challenges of HIPAA security review over insider access. Click one of the images to the right to download our white paper on the challenges of insider abuse and our datasheet on how Veriphyr meets HIPAA security objectives for user activity.
Download our EHR snooping factsheet and learn how Veriphyr detects medical records snooping and unauthorized user access to all systems that hold ePHI.
Veriphyr is the first service to detect enterprise user access vulnerabilities with a hosted, on-demand delivery model, not with site-deployed software or hardware.