EnTech Receives HIPAA Seal of Compliance Award

Compliancy Group confirmed EnTech, a managed IT service provider in Fort Myers, FL, as compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Rules.

For over 20 years, Entech has been helping companies in Southwest Florida get the most out of information technology by providing managed IT and integration The company also provides strategic technology consultancy services to assist businesses to decide on the appropriate IT architectures to match their needs.

When providing healthcare organizations with those services, EnTech needs to adhere to the HIPAA Rules. The company should put in place suitable safety measures to ascertain the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of electronic protected health information (ePHI). Employees must be mindful of their responsibilities with regard to HIPAA and ePHI.

The HIPAA coaches of the Compliancy Group and its compliance tracking solution known as “The Guard” helped EnTech to successfully finish the 6-Stage Risk Analysis and Remediation Process set by Compliancy Group. With this excellent achievement, the Compliancy Group confirmed the company’s HIPAA compliance and awarded its HIPAA Seal of Compliance. Only companies that have met all the HIPAA Security, Privacy, Breach Notification, and Omnibus Rules requirements are given the award of HIPAA Seal of Compliance to prove that they have a reliable HIPAA compliance program set up.

Entech’s Chief Development Officer, David Spire said that they are very proud that they have acquired this designation, which shows their commitment to their clients and community. With the constantly changing threat landscape, healthcare organizations that directly or indirectly offer medical care these days should take all the required measures to secure all their personal data.

In addition to a signed business associate agreement, Entech’s HIPAA Seal of Compliance gives present and future clients the reassurance of their commitment to keeping the privacy and security of personal information and fulfilling its responsibilities as required by the HIPAA.