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Healthcare Survey Reveals High Confidence Levels in FairWarning

Fair Warning : 13 January, 2011  (Technical Article)
Survey of users of single sign-on and identity management products in the healthcare industry indicates confidence in compliance to HIPAA regulations using FairWarning
FairWarning has achieved two KLAS Konfidence checkmarks, indicating KLAS has surveyed between 20 and 29 of FairWarning’s customers.



In the recently published KLAS report, “Single Sign-On: To Identity Management and Beyond,” FairWarning received an Overall Performance rating of 87.1 out of 100.



KLAS speaks with hospital and clinic executives, administrators, physicians, nurses and other directors and managers with business responsibilities regarding the experiences they are having with their vendors and products. The identity of each respondent is kept confidential to allow providers to share candid feedback.



“FairWarning helps us to comply with the HIPAA regulation that states that we will be able to detect whether HIPAA-protected information has been violated. We can tell whether medical records have been inappropriately accessed and used for something other than providing healthcare, treatment, part of the operations, or payment requirements for that patient,” says one FairWarning customer surveyed by KLAS.



Other notable ratings from the report include:



* Vendor provides behaviour-based analytics to detect privacy breaches of electronic health records. No serious competitors are currently appearing in healthcare

* 100% indicate FairWarning is part of their long-term plans

* 100% indicate they would purchase FairWarning again

* 100% indicate FairWarning keeps its promises

* 88% indicate that FairWarning Avoids Nickel-and-Diming



These and other findings from the KLAS report support privacy breach detection’s effectiveness in detecting and preventing patient privacy breaches in electronic health records. Recent media coverage, such as WikiLeaks Breach Raises Concern About Electronic Health Records, has highlighted the damage caused by privacy breaches, and accentuates the need for effective privacy protection in many industries.
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