HIPAA Compliance and Two-factor Authentication for Health Records

HIPAA, the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, created the legal framework and standards for the electronic transfer of health information to an online format. In March 2006, HIPAA compliance was made mandatory for all US healthcare organizations.

SAASPASS conforms to HIPAA regulations by:

  • Providing OATH compliant security for network access and file transfer
  • Providing mutual authentication and strong two-factor authentication
  • Data corroboration

SAASPASS security tokens can be used to protect patients from fraud and cost-effectively comply with HIPAA provider standards. SAASPASS complies with all HIPAA authentication regulations and is observant of legislation as it evolves in this arena.