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ChristianSteven Software Gives Healthcare Industry a New Ally to Balance BI-HIPAA Compliance ConcernsNovember 16, 2009
Charlotte, NC, November 16, 2009 – ChristianSteven Software Ltd., provider of business automation and BI report scheduling software, announced today that it has forged a new partnership to give their channel partners and healthcare customers access to much-needed HIPAA expertise. Thirty-year security/HIPAA veteran Ross Leo of the Supremus Group will serve to educate and counsel ChristianSteven channel partners on HIPAA laws. Leo will guide partners on how to build HIPAA-compliant reports, conduct a thorough review of BI reports generated with the ChristianSteven software, and provide customers a statement of HIPAA compliance that verifies their use of ChristianSteven software meets or exceeds HIPAA requirements.
The HIPAA-BI partnership coincides with new HIPAA security breach requirements scheduled to take effect in 2010 and the U.S. government’s push for electronic medical records. Five percent of the $8 million clinical information systems market is estimated to come from data and analysis. When electronic healthcare records become the norm, experts project that demand for data mining will grow as policymakers and healthcare companies search for information about healthcare practices and trends.
There’s a wealth of information the industry can mine that will enable them to deliver better, higher-quality healthcare, but certain data elements must be removed in order to maintain patient privacy. Unfortunately, says Leo, “this de-identification process often yields BI reports that contain little business insight. By using the ChristianSteven tool properly,” he says, “we can clear away a lot of confusion and still create highly-insightful BI reports without exposing data covered by privacy laws.”
“The new partnership signifies ChristianSteven’s ongoing commitment to our customers and partners,” says ChristianSteven channel and partner alliances director Ken Beam. “Leo’s 30 years experience in information systems and security, 10 which were dedicated to HIPAA, and his industry leadership as executive director of the HIPAA Conformance Certification Organization (HCCO) are tremendous assets. By engaging Leo, our channel partners gain a HIPAA ally they can tap for advice, while ChristianSteven customers gain assurance that their use of our software and the BI reports they generate adhere to HIPAA laws.
For more information or to sign up for the ChristianSteven channel partner program, go to http://www.christiansteven.com/partners.html, or contact Ken Beam at 888-781-8966 x700.
About ChristianSteven Software Ltd.:
ChristianSteven Software (http://www.christiansteven.com) is a global supplier of business intelligence and business process automation software to more than 1000 companies. Each product, including the Managed Infrastructure Services, is structured to ensure it can be customized and scaled to meet the needs of large multi-national companies or those with changing and expanding structures.
With locations in the USA and Europe, ChristianSteven Software’s professional personnel ensure that all products and consultancy services are customer-focused and will add quantifiable, bottom-line value by giving company decision makers critical business information they need to rapidly adjust to changes in their market.
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