Gain More Patients Confirmed as HIPAA Compliant

The healthcare digital marketing agency Gain More Patients LLC ( has been confirmed as having implemented an effective HIPAA compliance program.

Gain More Patients provides clients with marketing strategies to help improve brand awareness and supports the growth of medical practices by enhancing their web presence by optimizing web outreach, content, client interface, SEO, and social media.

The provision of those services can involve contact with protected health information, so it is vital for the company to ensure policies and procedures are in place to comply with the appropriate provisions of the HIPAA Rules.  To ensure the company was fully compliant with the HIPAA Rules, Gain More Patients partnered with Compliancy Group and used its proprietary HIPAA compliance methodology.

Gain More Patients diligently followed Compliancy Group’s Six Stage Implementation Program to ensure compliance with the appropriate regulatory standards of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, HIPAA Security Rule, HIPAA Breach Notification Rule, HIPAA Omnibus Rule, and the HITECH Act. Throughout that process, progress was tracked using Compliancy Group’s software solution – The Guard.

Once Compliancy Group’s 6-Stage HIPAA risk analysis and remediation process was completed, the good faith effort of Gain More Patients to achieve HIPAA compliance was assessed by Compliancy Group’s HIPAA subject matter experts and the company was awarded the HIPAA Seal of Compliance. The HIPAA Seal of Compliance demonstrates to current and future clients how a company is committed to protecting privacy and ensuring sensitive data remans secure.

“Obtaining HIPAA compliance with the help of the Compliancy Group has given Gain More Patients the opportunity to practice as a business associate with many more companies that are also HIPAA compliant,” said Gain More Patients.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.