HIPAA Vault Launches HIPAA Drive for HIPAA-Compliant File Sharing

HIPAA Vault, a leading provider of low-cost HIPAA-compliant cloud solutions, has launched a new, HIPAA-compliant file sharing solution for healthcare organizations that allows them to securely share and manage files containing electronic protected health information (ePHI).

HIPAA Drive is an enterprise-level secure file sharing and storage service that allows healthcare organizations to share important files with other users and maintain those documents in the cloud where they can be easily accessed by authorized users, regardless of the user’s location.

“Our customers require a user-friendly, secure, customizable file management solution that meets their growing needs,” said Gil Vidals, CEO of HIPAA Vault. “HIPAA Drive is ideal for companies requiring the in-transit and at-rest encryption protocols necessary to ensure data protection, while working in different locations or on different operating systems.”

The platform supports collaboration between healthcare providers and their associates and allows documents to be easily shared and updated to include patient histories, MRIs, X-rays, and other images and important information, eliminating the need for physical records and the transmission of important documents by fax or email.

HIPAA Drive can be accessed through a simple, intuitive user interface from a computer or smartphone device without having to download any clients or use external programs and is compatible with all major Internet browsers, including Chrome, IE, Edge, Safari, Firefox and more. When files are uploaded to HIPAA Drive, they can be shared with other individuals using a password-protected link, with multi-factor authentication used for added security.

Each organization is provided with a custom HIPAA Drive URL for use by their organization, company logos can be applied to personalize the solution, and customers benefit from 1 Terabyte of storage space.

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.