Rebit PC backup software is pleased to announce support for HIPAA and the data backup needs of those customers subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as amended, as Covered Entities or Business Associates.
Backing up your business’ data is important; keeping your patient data secure, even more so. Rebit understands the unique requirements of storing Protected Health Information (PHI).
Purchasing Rebit for Customers Subject to HIPAA
Utilizing Rebit PC Backup Software is ridiculously simple. The same is true for customers subject to HIPAA. The same great software will work for you. There are two options for purchasing Rebit Backup for HIPAA customers:
- Businesses may purchase the standard Rebit software from the Rebit Business Shop. Learn more about Rebit Business.
- Businesses may purchase licenses and cloud storage from their Rebit Business Partner. Please contact your Partner for more information.
Utilizing Rebit to Backup Data that Contains PHI
Rebit software address HIPAA requirements for our customers by by implementing (and engaging with third party partners who implement) administrative, physical and technical safeguards that are designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and security of your data. Learn more about these safeguards at Rebit Backup HIPAA Complaince.
Either your business administrator or your Rebit Business Partner will then enable the PHI settings on a per-user basis. Learn more about How to enable the Rebit PHI flag for HIPAA customers.
Robust Backup Options
Rebit is unique in that it allows users to back data up seamlessly across multiple destinations, including:
- Local (USB or internal hard drives)
- Network-attached storage
Rebit software can assist in storing backups of PHI data across these three destinations. Data backed up to the Cloud is securely sent and stored in facilities that address HIPAA requirements. For customers who use Rebit to store data locally or via their own network, the customer is solely responsible for addressing HIPAA requirements for that storage.
Learn More and Next Steps
Please utilize the following resources for more information on Rebit and HIPAA: