On the Clarius Cloud, patient information and images are stored in separated logical servers. Patient information are stored encrypted in the database server. Images are de-identified before being stored. The image file alone does not store any patient information on their records.
Clarius does not store ePHI outside of the Cloud,
Clarius uses Amazon AWS standard encryption method for storing both Patient Information and Images. In both cases, Amazon uses AES256 for encryption, which is FIPS compliant.
Important Note: Images, measurements, and findings can be shared by the exam owners without showing/enabling access to patient data.