If you’re a pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, LIMS, or software vendor serving GxP regulated clients, you understand the necessity of finding a truly compliant hosting solution. We’re going to lay out some of the points you should look for when deciding on a hosting provider.
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In this blog, we’ll go over some of the main points to consider when partnering with a GxP or HIPAA compliant hosting provider, to help you make sure that you close any compliance gaps.
ByteGrid is the leader in GxP and HIPAA compliant hosting. As we’ve said before, compliance isn’t an add-on for us. You don’t have to try to rewrite industry standards to partner with us, since we’ve built our systems based on well-studied, established practices. We don’t need a fancy white paper trying to convince someone that compliance isn’t necessary for us because we’re so big. Compliant cloud hosting is what we do. It’s our whole reason for being.
Are you finding HIPAA compliant hosting solutions to vary wildly in their definition of HIPAA compliance? Especially if you don’t have any prior or existing security processes or an IT staff to help guide you through the technical requirements, you need to partner with one of these proclaimed HIPAA compliant hosting provider.
If you’re a Life Sciences company regulated by the FDA, you know the importance behind validated cloud hosting. You also have a pretty good idea of the benefits of elasticity and availability that you’ll get with a cloud solution. But with each of those benefits, you still need to make sure you have security, compliance, and control of your business critical data.
Here are 3 reasons why outsourcing your HIPAA hosting will be to your benefit. The key is to find the right HIPAA compliant data center with the IT architecture, contractual requirements, and mitigated risks before making your final selection.
“The coming of the cloud presents a tremendous benefit to the Life science community, but with it comes a drastically increased risk profile for iT infrastructure.” ByteGrid’s Vice President of Governance, Risk & Compliance Stephen Ferrell lays it bare in this tongue-in-cheek guide to trusting in your compliant data center. He asks the really tough questions, like what happens if you leave to chance the care of your data that’s priceless and precious?
You may think your HIPAA hosting solution is helping you achieve compliance under HIPAA regulations, but full compliance encompasses more than just the technical requirements. ByteGrid has authored a new e-Book, HIPAA Compliance in The Cloud: The Complete Solution for Compliant Cloud Hosting, to help you determine what needs done to achieve full compliance.
Designing and managing the IT systems required by healthcare providers, health plans, and their business associates—and making sure they comply with HIPAA regulations—requires expert level staff with advanced technical knowledge and a substantial infrastructure. The technical safeguards of HIPAA alone can preclude some covered entities from creating their own data center.