FairWarning, a supplier of cross-platform healthcare privacy surveillance systems, has released a new version of its software aimed at serving the needs of cosmopolitan healthcare organizations.
Privacy surveillance identifies users who are engaging in patient access patterns that are indicative of snooping, identity theft or other risky behaviors. It is performed for all crucial Electronic Health Records (EHR) and applications which provide access to Protected Health Information (PHI). Privacy surveillance then filters out known false positives, and brings any remaining potential incidents to the attention of appropriate privacy personnel.
According to FairWarning, the new version of its software includes: advanced event filtering enabling healthcare organizations to audit millions of events per day and proactively pinpoint potential privacy incidents; usability and convenience features providing healthcare privacy officers, analysts and auditors with an intuitive, web browser user interface; incident status tracking enabling users to manage the status of potential incidents; continued simplification of FairWarning deployments including streamlined audit log extraction for all applications as well as an option for on-line project management.
Kurt Long, founder and CEO of FairWarning, said: The first three priorities of this FairWarning software release are performance, performance, performance. We are serving 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 extends our ability to serve the organizations.