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Accurate patient information captured the first time.
Get patients to sign documents quickly. Automate your workflows and processes to improve the productivity of your entire office.
Automate your onboarding documents and other forms with eSign Genie’s embedded Online Forms. Easily embed any document into a hyperlink, button, website or application.
Save time and labor by making your signing process easy. Track when your documents have been sent, viewed and signed. Automatically send signing reminders and easily track each document.
Send and sign documents anytime and anywhere. Make it easy for your patients and vendors to sign on the go.
Integrate our digital signature software with your favorite applications – WordPress, Salesforce, Google Drive, Drop Box, Microsoft OneDrive and Box.
Reduce the time for an application to process from days to hours. Easily get all your documents signed.
Track and get alerted when an application is received, viewed, signed, and completed.
Make sure that your patients are able to provide all their important information without forgetting anything or missing a field.
The ease of uploading and tracking documents. ESignings documents has improved the time spent processing clinical forms.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the national statute which oversees the protection, security, and privacy of patient information. The HIPAA Privacy regulations require health care providers and organizations to develop and follow procedures that ensure the confidentiality and security of protected health information when it is transferred, received, handled, or shared.
Healthcare providers are required to give patients a notice which informs them how they intend to use and share their (patients) health information. A HIPAA notice of private practices also includes the patient’s health privacy rights. Many times, patients receive the notice on their initial visit to the healthcare provider or in the form of mail.
HIPAA violations are expensive. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is mandated to see that HIPAA privacy rules are observed. OCR enforces the HIPAA security rules in several ways including conducting investigations on complaints filed and conducting compliance reviews to establish if healthcare providers meet the full HIPAA requirements.
The consequences for HIPAA privacy law noncompliance are usually based on the extent of negligence and can vary from $100 to $50, 000 per record. Violation may also be subject to criminal charges.