To answer your question, yes. GoMeet is HIPAA compliant and offers end-to-end encryption for all meetings using WebRTC standards.
HIPAA Compliance doesn’t concern just documents.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (1996) covers all areas — and any form of handling/sharing — of patient information. This includes phones, voicemail, file sharing and … of course … video conferencing.
To answer your question, yes. GoMeet is HIPAA compliant and offers end-to-end encryption for all meetings using WebRTC standards, with SSL and DTLS for signaling and SRTP for data-channels and all media.
For “Covered Entities,” HIPAA Support includes:
- HIPAA-required Business Associate Agreement with Covered Entities that covers all services provided within a Unified Communications arena, including phone, voicemail, fax, screenshare, videoconferencing, secure file share and backup.
Security and privacy controls and monitoring that comply with HIPAA requirements:
- Policies, procedures, technologies and services (HIPAA AUP) have been audited by an independent party for compliance with HIPAA’s privacy and security requirements.
- 24x7x365 security with full-time security staff and systems for log and event monitoring, incident response, managing intrusion prevention systems (both host and network), perimeter defense service and architecture testing.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Datamax, through its CommCare Program, is offering its “GoMeet” remote meeting, video conferencing, and webinar software tools for FREE through December 31, 2020. To learn more about this promotion and utilizing cloud-based communications for your remote workforce, let’s visit!