Version 3.1.7 Reduces the Workload of Administering Large, Complex Privacy Programs
CLEARWATER, FL – January 21, 2014 – FairWarning, Inc., the inventor and world’s leading supplier of patient privacy monitoring solutions for electronic health records, today announced the availability of FairWarning® 3.1.7. FairWarning® has collaborated with customers, including some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated care providers, to create sustainable privacy and compliance programs at a massive scale. The capabilities of FairWarning® 3.1.7 are specifically designed to conduct patient privacy monitoring programs in care providers with geographically distributed facilities and data centers, multiple electronic health record systems, and multiple sources of user information as well as large numbers of employees and affiliated parties.
The healthcare industry continues to undergo unprecedented levels of mergers and acquisitions, resulting in complex care providers operating at a previously unseen scale. As a market leader, FairWarning®’s largest customers have continued to scale in their respective markets, and have collaborated with the company on advanced capabilities for their specific needs, including:
- Delegated incident review leveraging user identity infrastructure, ideal for balancing the investigative workload in organizations of scale and complexity
- Expanded incident investigation and workflow capabilities across geographically distributed facilities
- Customizable governance dashboards to provide role-based responsiveness to internal and external audits as well as general program reporting
- Expansion of FairWarning® Ready program to support compatibility with care providers’ existing investments in healthcare applications, security information and event management (SIEM) and other enterprise security tools
- Expanded service levels through the FairWarning® Private Service Cloud, including dynamic effectiveness reports of a customer’s patient privacy monitoring deployment and peer benchmarking
“As one of the highest volume health systems in the United States with tens of thousands of Epic users, Active Directory auto-provisioning and other features in FairWarning® 3.1.7 will help us to automate manual processes and safeguard patient privacy in a much more efficient manner,” says Doug Copley, Information Security Officer for Beaumont Health System.
FairWarning® Private Service Cloud Delivers Expanded Support
FairWarning® 3.1.7 features the FairWarning® Private Service Cloud, which provides all customers assurance that their patient privacy monitoring installation is running reliably and efficiently through five layers of support:
- System monitoring of processor usage, disk space, and more
- Database monitoring for performance
- Application monitoring to ensure data is loading properly
- Application monitoring for usage
- 24/7 support, including training, automated updates, and much more
- Monthly effectiveness reports to quickly gauge privacy risk and view investigation trends including benchmarking with peers
For more information on how very large care providers are using patient privacy monitoring, view a replay of the recent webinar, Monitoring Patient Privacy in Very Large Enterprises.
FairWarning® will also be co-presenting “Best-in-Class Privacy and Compliance Practices at a Leading Healthcare Organization” at HIMSS, on February 25th, 2014 with John Houston from University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
FairWarning®’s mission is to lead the industry expansion of trust in Electronic Health Records empowering care providers to grow their reputation for protecting confidentiality, scale their digital health initiatives and comply with complex Federal and state privacy laws such as HIPAA. By partnering with FairWarning®, care providers are able to direct their focus on delivering the best patient outcomes possible while receiving expert, sustainable and affordable privacy and compliance solutions. Customers consider FairWarning® privacy auditing solutions essential for compliance with healthcare privacy regulations such as ARRA HITECH privacy and meaningful use criteria, HIPAA, UK and EU Data Protection, California SB 541 and AB 211, Texas HB 300, and Canadian provincial healthcare privacy law. For more information on FairWarning® visit http://www.FairWarning.com or email Solutions@FairWarning.com.