Retarus Press Release:
Retarus featured in new Healthcare Secure Document Delivery Report
Munich, 09.05.2018 // Retarus, global cloud messaging provider, today announced a new whitepaper on Healthcare and Secure Document Delivery with an emphasis on the future of fax. Mark Malone, cloud-based fax industry expert and the author of the healthcare whitepaper, outlines how the evolvement of strict data privacy regulations and mandatory compliances have elevated the role of cloud applications, making it imminent for many industries, especially healthcare.
HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations have mandated hospitals and other healthcare providers to reevaluate their existing models of data transmission. Ease of access to information online or mismanagement of private documentation transmitted over a fax machine makes it a challenge for the healthcare providers to safeguard highly sensitive patient data. In his whitepaper, Mark Malone outlines the importance of vetting cloud providers to ensure a rock solid HIPAA compliant solution, not only for data security but for avoiding hefty fines and penalties.
“Given the complexity of regulations such as HIPAA and HITECH, more companies are now adopting cloud solutions for its competence and preeminent security benefits”, says Steve MacDiarmid, President & CEO, retarus North America. “Mark Malone’s comprehensive whitepaper is a good reference guide for healthcare providers to choose a cloud solution that meets their compliance objectives and helps them improve their ROI significantly. As a cloud provider, protecting private information remains Retarus’ absolutely critical mission, not only for the success of our business but for retaining the trust of our customers.”
Providing a brief overview of what the HIPAA security rule stands for, the whitepaper demonstrates Retarus’ ability to adhere to the fundamental directives of the Security Rule. Once connected to Retarus’ Global Delivery Network, companies benefit from the maximum reliability and scalability, and the highest level of security. In his words, Mark Malone finds “Retarus cloud network to safely transmit and receive critical PHI faxes; which means Retarus can meet or exceed the guidelines.“
Download this whitepaper to discover how healthcare providers can fulfill their compliance objectives and safeguard sensitive patient healthcare information with Retarus.
With its outstanding solutions and services, intelligent infrastructure, and patented technology, Retarus manages communication for companies worldwide. Retarus’ state-of-the-art technologies, highly available data centers, and innovative cloud messaging platform offer maximum security, maximum performance, and business continuity. With experience in steering information flows at the enterprise level, Retarus ensures that information is transferred securely and reliably to the right place, at the right time, in the right format—since 1992 and with now 19 subsidiaries on four continents. 41 percent of all S&P Global 100 companies rely on Retarus' services. Our long-standing customers include Adidas, Bayer, BNP Paribas, Bosch, Continental, DHL, DZ BANK, Fujitsu, Galbani, Goldman Sachs, Honda, Linde, Puma, Sixt, Stellantis, T‑Systems, Singapore Airlines and Zeiss.
About Mark Malone
Mark Malone has been a long-time participant and contributor in the computer-based and cloud-based Fax (CBF) industry. He began his fax journey in the year 2000 when he joined the largest worldwide leader in CBF where he remained for 7 years. Since then he has served as a Computer-based fax market consultant and market analyst, serving dozens of CBF clients. In 2012, he created Fax Over Cloud ™, a secure fax industry news site and repository for his various papers, articles, and fax product spotlights. His high-tech career spans 28 years, 4 decades, and counting. Mark is a trained Business Analyst, a Certified Product Manager, and a Volunteer Firefighter in his local community. He is a graduate with distinction (cum laude), from the State University of New York at Albany.