Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), certain information about a person’s health or health care services is classified as Protected Health Information (PHI).
While storing PHI in Intrigma’s solution is not required for normal uses of Intrigma’s software products, our Enterprise Edition solutions can be used in connection with PHI including electronic data exchange with health record systems. Such a data exchange can be accomplished in a secure manner using Intrigma’s application programming interface (API). To learn more about integrating external solutions, please contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intrigma customers who are subject to HIPAA and would like to use Intrigma’s application with PHI must sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with Intrigma. Administrators can request a BAA before using Intrigma services with PHI. Intrigma offers a BAA covering Intrigma Enterprise Edition services.
Intrigma customers are responsible for determining whether their Intrigma implementation is subject to HIPAA requirements and whether they use or intend to use Intrigma services in connection with PHI. Customers who have not entered into a BAA with Intrigma must not use Intrigma services in connection with PHI.
Intrigma Enterprise Edition clients can request HIPAA Implementation guidance to understand how to organize data on Intrigma services when handling PHI. This guidance is intended for individuals in security and information systems roles who are responsible for HIPAA compliance.
Intrigma has established policies and procedures and runs regular automated vulnerability tests on its systems. Intrigma employs firewalls to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive services and data.
Intrigma’s solution has three user interfaces: