ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. , Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- FairWarning, Inc., the world's leading supplier of cross-platform healthcare privacy surveillance solutions, today announced a new version of its market leading software aimed at serving the needs of sophisticated healthcare organizations.
"The first three priorities of this FairWarning software release are performance, performance, performance. We are serving increasingly large customers and we have prepared for their privacy surveillance needs. Privacy surveillance is a global market that massive healthcare organizations must address and this release significantly extends our ability to serve the very largest of those organizations," said Kurt Long , Founder and Chief Executive Officer of FairWarning.
According to Lynn Grieves , MemorialCare Chief Compliance Officer, "FairWarning has met or exceeded every performance and scalability expectation. MemorialCare produces millions of auditable transactions every day and FairWarning filters those down so that we can proactively address potential trouble spots. At MemorialCare, FairWarning is an important piece of the puzzle in creating a culture of privacy, security and compliance."
Creating a culture of privacy, security and compliance is on the rise of priorities for healthcare organizations as state privacy and discovery laws are being put in place across the nation. Recently signed California bills AB 211 and SB 541 fine individuals as well as healthcare organizations, which are involved in medical record snooping. These activities are in addition to increased federal government enforcement of HIPAA and the expansion of the FTC Identity Theft Red Flag rules to include healthcare providers.
FairWarning customers represent nearly 100 hospitals and 600 clinics,
including: Baptist Health Care Corporation, Columbus Regional Hospital,
Cookeville Regional Medical Center, Halifax Regional Health System, Hamilton
Health Care System, Marion Regional Healthcare System, MemorialCare(R),
Memorial Healthcare System, Mercy Health Partners Hackley Campus, Meridian
Health, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Saint Luke's Health System, St.
Dominic's Hospital, and