DaVincian Utilizes OnRamp's Solution to Ensure HIPAA Compliance
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DaVincian Utilizes OnRamp's Solution to Ensure HIPAA Compliance

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Friday, November 30, 2018

FREMONT, CA: Healthcare industry generates enormous sensitive data which need to be protected in an extremely secure location. Addressing this challenge, OnRamp, a data center operations company, releases the addition of DaVincian Healthcare as new case study for publication.

The case study depicts the evolution of DaVincian’s Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant colocation environment at OnRamp’s hybrid hosting footprint where the company’s requirements regarding its online operations are fulfilled.

DaVincian Healthcare, the analytics and mobile healthcare technology company, facilitates next-gen, cloud-based, real-time analytical Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) technology on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis for healthcare industry. The RCM technology enables better management of claim processing, payment and revenue generation.

DaVincian deals with multiple documents including claims, remittance files and registration data that contain sensitive data such as Protected Health Information (PHI), Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and financial information. The company depends on data center provided by OnRamp that takes the responsibility of data storage and ensures confidentiality, availability and integrity of these documents, maintaining compliance in accordance with HIPAA and HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health) rules and regulations.

DaVincian operates OnRamp’s enterprise-class data center facilities in hybrid hosting environment which takes support of OnRamp’s colocation, managed hosting and private cloud solutions to develop highly available and secure compute infrastructure ensuring compliance with HIPAA’s privacy and security regulations.

“We also added private cloud hosting to run our production site where clients use secure VPN connections to access our suite of services,” says Aquiles Mata, Security Officer, DaVincian Healthcare.

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