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ScheduleOnce 8.3 is live! - HIPAA compliant scheduling
January 6, 2018
We are happy to announce that ScheduleOnce now offers a HIPAA compliant scheduling solution!
We strive to ensure that organizations in all industries can use ScheduleOnce, no matter their security or compliance needs. We hold a comprehensive set of certifications and attestations to guarantee we meet the standards for different industries and regulatory frameworks.
Today, we are happy to announce that our platform is HIPAA compliant. We now offer a Business Associate Agreement to our customers in the healthcare industry who require HIPAA compliance. While we have always ensured that all data collected and stored by ScheduleOnce is kept safe and private, we have now gone the extra mile to ensure our methods of protecting your data are in line with the HIPAA standards. This means that all electronic protected health information (ePHI) processed by ScheduleOnce is encrypted both at rest and in transit. Additionally, we monitor and audit our servers continuously to ensure that vulnerabilities and incidents do not go undetected.
Our path to HIPAA compliance
Our security program touches every part of our operations, infrastructure, product, and corporate policies. To ensure it satisfies the HIPAA standards, we engaged VeraSafe, an experienced privacy consultancy firm to perform an extensive security audit. We also enacted new policies for monitoring our servers, managing risks, and ensuring service continuity should the unexpected happen. Through this process, VeraSafe concluded that our platform fully meets the strict standards required in the healthcare industry. Maintaining our compliance is an ongoing process, and we will continue to periodically test our policies to ensure our security and compliance program is up to date.
In addition to HIPAA, ScheduleOnce 8.3 includes several other new enhancements to our Zapier integration, our publishing options, and a new feature allowing your customers to invite additional attendees to their meetings. For more information, please see the What’s new in version 8.3 article.
As always, if you have any questions or feedback, we would love to hear it. You can add a comment to this post or use our Contact page.