Privacy & Security With HIPAA Compliant Services
Kirkwood Direct follows specific HIPAA Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in our manufacturing and information management processes that assure our pharmaceutical, healthcare, and medical service clients of full HIPAA compliance throughout the transmission, storage, disposal, and production of any data or materials using personal health information (PHI) or any other HIPAA covered information. Our staff is regularly audited, retrained, and re-certified to maintain our ongoing compliance standards throughout the organization. Careful oversight of our security function takes place in-house and is an integral part of both our corporate culture and our day-to-day business.
Security & Compliance
- Kirkwood Direct protects your patients’/ clients’/employees’ protected health information (PHI) in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
- Kirkwood Direct uses HIPAA-compliant software and security measures to protect your data.
- Key coded access, surveillance, and employee background checks.
- Security PHI/HIPPA/FWA complaint employee training program.
- SOC 2 certification.
- FDR audit approved for Medicare and Medicare production.
- Kirkwood Direct has implemented a comprehensive HIPAA compliance program.
- Business continuity plan is defined and tested annually.
- Kirkwood Direct has implemented security measures to protect PHI from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.
Printing and mailing of patient invoices, statements, collection letters, and time-sensitive documents.
Requires us to collect and maintain the personal health information of those we serve. This data, also called “Protected Health Information” or PHI, is protected under federal and state privacy and security laws. They require that PHI, such as names, addresses, dates of birth, phone numbers, and social security numbers that are combined with medical diagnoses, prescription histories, and physician notations, be handled in a confidential manner.
Kirkwood Direct also adheres to recognized standards for protecting the privacy of information security (such as computer data, documentation, and intellectual property) and information relating to financial transactions, holdings, statements, and similar data.