HIPAA Privacy Filter


PrivacyDevil Privacy Filters help Physicians, Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Surgeons and all medical professionals with HIPAA Privacy Act Compliance. HIPAA Privacy Laws place high importance on complete confidentiality and a PrivacyDevil Privacy Filter is the only reliable way to remain compliant with certain sections of the HIPAA Privacy Act.


HIPAA is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 to which all medical service providers must comply. A PrivacyDevil is a vital part of compliance, without one you may be in violation of the law.


HIPAA Enforcement. HHSOffice for Civil Rights is responsible for enforcing the Privacy and Security Rules. Enforcement of the Privacy Rule began April 14, 2003 for most HIPAA covered entities. Leaving your screen naked and allowing strangers to see patient information is punishable and enforcement is strong. A PrivacyDevil reduces the risk of information leaking visually.


If a HIPAA Violation is clearly negligent then there is a criminal provision in the HIPAA (42 U.S.C. 1320d-6) and the OCR may refer the compliant to the DOJ (Department of Justice) for investigation.


PrivacyDevil is THE ONLY Privacy Filter that meets HIPAA Patient Privacy Act Compliance standards. HIPAA Provisions mandate stringent practices and standards for the use and handling of patient information by healthcare businesses (healthcare providers) and medical practitioners. This applies to information in digital (electronic) and printed format. On screen security to safeguard important patient information is a strictly required and all computer screens in hospitals, clinics, medical practices, pharmacies and any related patient service institutions and businesses must use a PrivacyDevil Privacy Filter.


As part of HIPAA training, correct use of a PrivacyDevil Privacy Filter is compulsory in order for the practitioner (healthcare provider) to meet HIPAA standards. Patient names and diagnostic data must be kept secure under pass-code and protected from non-intended viewers by restricting the viewing angle of the monitor.