HIPAA-Compliant File Management
Hospitals, doctors offices and healthcare facilities that need a secure, HIPAA-compliant way to share and manage medical and patient files turn to SmartFile.
SmartFile meets every requirement for transmitting and securing private electronic health data as required by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Share, upload, download or delete — you choose what users can do with your files. Make rules as simple or intricate as you need for your file management.
All files are secured in transit with no less than 128-bit encryption and stored at rest using AES 256-bit encryption.
Monitoring & Reporting
Never lose track of a file with monitoring and reporting tools for every user and file.
Keeping PHI Between the Doctor and the Patient
Personal health information (PHI) should be kept between the patient and the medical staff who are assisting. As the role of technology within medicine grows, so has the struggle to balance access to information with security.
Whether it's telemedicine or sharing within the office, PHI files should never be shared through email or personal cloud storage. With SmartFile's simple UI, medical staff can access sensitive files from anywhere, on any device. Now you can spend less time worrying about compliance and get back to the tasks that matter — helping restore patients to their best health.
SmartFile Features for Healthcare
- Multi-Site Options
- Granular User Roles and Permissions
- Password Management Tools
- Unrestricted File Sizes
- Network Storage Connectors
- Single Sign On (SSO)
File Sharing in a Secure Environment
With SmartFile's HIPAA-compliant file sharing and management system, doctors, nurses and medical staff have a secure and smart way to share medical documents, patient records and lab results. With advanced tracking capabilities and an easy-to-use visual dashboard, administrators can track normal file usage and identify outliers before they become a problem.
If patients are uploading files, you can dictate how they upload them, whether it's to an HTTPS, SFTP or FTPS. With SmartFile, you can help keep patients' medical information secure, even when they aren't on the grounds.