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Virtru for HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA Compliant PHI Sharing to Support Digital Healthcare Services and Improve Patient Outcomes

HIPAA Compliant Email and File Sharing Encryption

As a healthcare organization, you need to enable seamless secure access to patient data shared via emails and files while maintaining HIPAA compliance. Yet existing solutions are hard to use, hinder care coordination, and still put you at risk of HIPPA fines and disclosure costs. Virtru ensures HIPAA compliance by giving you persistent protection and control, making it easy to coordinate care and deliver treatment.

Virtru deploys in minutes and is embedded directly into Gmail and Google Drive via Chrome browser extensions. A nurse can simply flip a switch to protect a Gmail message before sending it to an out-of-network doctor. She can disable forwarding, set an expiration date, and watermark the attached medical record for access controls that prevent data leaks. The out-of-network doctor can quickly access the patient data without creating new accounts or installing new applications with the Virtue secure reader.

Virtru also protects files shared by a Google Drive. The nurse can encrypt the file upon upload then disable sharing, watermark the document, and set an expiration date. From there the nurse uses Drive’s native sharing workflow to give the doctor secure seamless access.

Easily Send and Receive HIPAA Compliant Gmail and Outlook Email

Whether PHI is shared via Google Drive or Gmail, the nurse retains visibility and access control. If the nurse realizes she sent it to the wrong email address, she can revoke access immediately to avoid HIPPA disclosure requirements. You shouldn’t have to choose between sharing PHI and protecting your organization against increasing HIPAA compliance risks.

Virtru has helped thousands of healthcare organizations maintain HIPAA compliance in G Suite with persistent protection wherever emails and files are shared.

Contact us to learn how your organization can unlock the power of privacy and maintain HIPAA compliance.