PokitDok Achieves full EHNAC OSAP-HIE and CEAP Accreditation

By PokitDok Team,

We are excited to announce today that PokitDok has achieved full EHNAC OSAP-HIE and CEAP accreditation. EHNAC's OSAP accreditation recognizes excellence in health data processing and transactions, and ensures compliance with industry-established standards and HIPAA regulations.

EHNAC evaluated PokitDok in areas of privacy and security, technical performance, business practices, and organizational resources as they relate to outsourcing policies and procedures. EHNAC also reviewed our process of managing and transferring protected health information (PHI) and determined that we exceed all of their criteria and industry standards. Through completion of the accreditation process, we have demonstrated clear adherence to strict standards and participation in the comprehensive, objective evaluation of our business.

"Information technology in the cloud - especially in the healthcare industry which involves valuable PHI - presents a critically unique set of privacy and security challenges when it comes to healthcare data exchange. Organizations such as PokitDok are leading the movement toward ensuring superior capabilities in the areas of privacy, security, and standards by seeking to further demonstrate their commitment to these security measures above and beyond."

Lee Barrett, Executive Director EHNAC

Security and compliance are native to our software and are of the utmost importance to PokitDok, company-wide. PokitDok CEO Lisa Maki expressed the unparalleled value we place on lifting this burden for our customers as they look to adopt cloud-based technologies. "It is imperative that our customers have the utmost confidence in our security, compliance, and regulatory requirements - and that we're certified as a trusted steward of health information."

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