HIPAA compliance in the cloud: FAQs and myths

Cloud services provide a viable way to store and access HIPAA-protected data, as long as you understand the legislation’s basic guidelines.

November 16, 2016

According to a slide deck by SingleHOP: "HIPAA Compliance in the Cloud: FAQs and Myths," cloud services provide a viable way to store and access HIPAA-protected data, as long as you understand the legislation’s basic guidelines. 

 


Presentation created by the HIPAA compliant hosting company SingleHop



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