News | February 24, 2008

Consent Management Sofware Focuses on Patient Control

February 25, 2008 - HIPAAT Inc, a leading provider of consent management solutions to the healthcare industry, announced the release of its next-generation consent management software, Privacy eSuite V2.0 and Privacy Manager V2.0, at HIMSS 2008.
The software set is said to enable patients to control access to their electronic health information and allow care providers to meet patient privacy requirements.
The enhanced version is based on service-oriented architecture (SOA) to provide a flexible, pure Web services interface. It currently supports DB2 and Oracle databases, with Microsoft SQL Server on the product roadmap. The solution continues to provide automated consent directive management at a granular level and immediate security breach reporting to the privacy officer via E-mail or pager.
Privacy eSuite is designed to allow patient consent directives, for example, “I do not want my personal health information shared outside Central Hospital unless the information is required for my emergency care,” to be created and automated. Privacy Manager, in conjunction with Privacy eSuite, reportedly enables healthcare organizations, personal health record systems, electronic health record systems and health information exchanges (HIEs) to implement and enforce those consent directives.
For more information: www.hipaat.com

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