Traditional medical devices were generally confined to medical facilities, where equipment was under the purview of an IT department.
As healthcare technology advanced, applications like ultrasound have become smaller, portable, and mobile compatible. For many, this raised concerns over the security of such technologies--both on the device, and when data is transmitted into the cloud.
Healthcare data management includes strict requirements for security, confidentiality, and privacy. At Clarius we have incorporated controls and safeguards to give the necessary assurance to auditors, external business, employees and partners that electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) will be available when needed, protected from unauthorized change, and accessible only to those with authorized access.