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As healthcare becomes increasingly cloud-based, maintaining data compliance requires a modern approach. Everyone in the healthcare industry is required to actively maintain HIPAA compliance to protect the security and privacy of protected health information (PHI). Many healthcare organizations choose to run HIPAA workloads on AWS due to its increased agility, collaboration, security, and innovation potential.
One solution that helps AWS standout is Amazon EC2. EC2 provides secure, reliable compute capacity for the cloud. It gives developers an easy environment for web-scale cloud computing. It provides complete control of computing resources. It’s a scalable, configurable compute service with multiple approaches to data encryption.
Additionally, the following services listed below enhance EC2’s encryption and security.
Maintaining compliance isn’t as simple as implementing these tools, though. Creating the proper infrastructure for a compliant cloud requires a dedicated hands-on approach. With Mission, customers work with expert AWS-certified engineers to build the perfect cloud for their specific needs.
The approach to HIPAA varies from organization to organization. For example, a hospital will require a much different approach than a health insurance provider. To make things easier from the offset, let’s look at a useful checklist you can use to ensure compliance is met.
As the way we use data evolves, the methods of maintaining compliance must as well. Mission helps healthcare organizations create a consistent and reliable cloud environment. We work with you directly to ensure compliant applications and services. With Mission, your team will improve efficiency, security, and agility while fostering innovation throughout your organization.