One Health Record® uses a combination of safeguards to protect patient health information. Technical safeguards include encryption, password protection, and the ability to audit user activity. Other safeguards used include written policies controlling access to information. All participating providers and health insurers are also regulated by federal and state privacy laws.
Examples of security measures used by One Health Record® include secured login, identification of the requestor, and measures to prevent forwarding or copying of information.
Encryption: One Health Record® complies with all federal regulations, employs a broad array of security standards, encryption technologies, and secure implementation methodologies to strongly secure data both as it is stored and as it is transmitted.
Securing Data: One Health Record® prevents unauthorized access to protected health information (PHI). Sensitive PHI information such as Social Security numbers (SSN) are encrypted by securing data.