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New HIPAA Assessments Demonstrate Continued Momentum for Oracle Cloud Services

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The protection of private health records is a central tenet in the healthcare industry – in both the private and public sectors. As Oracle has shifted its application and technology offerings to the cloud, the company has doubled down on its protection of health related information.

Oracle assessors perform periodic Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) assessments, for services in both the Oracle Cloud and Oracle Government Cloud. Services in scope for HIPAA assessments completed in the last twelve months include the following: 

 

Oracle HIPAA-Compliant Cloud Services:

Service

HIPAA

Oracle Analytics Cloud

Oracle API Platform Cloud

Oracle Big Data Cloud – Compute Edition

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Service

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage

Oracle CRM Cloud

Oracle Data Integrator Cloud

Oracle Database Backup Cloud

Oracle Database Cloud

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud

Oracle ERP Cloud

Oracle Event Hub Cloud

Oracle GoldenGate Cloud

Oracle HCM Cloud

Oracle Identity Cloud

Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Enterprise

Oracle Java Cloud

Oracle MySQL Cloud

Oracle RightNow Cloud

Oracle SCM Cloud

Oracle SOA Cloud

 

For a comprehensive list of Oracle Cloud’s compliance achievements and applicable data centers, please visit our Cloud compliance websites at: https://cloud.oracle.com/iaas-paas-compliance and https://cloud.oracle.com/saas-compliance.

For more information on Oracle’s government health solutions designed to eliminate siloed programs and modernize IT systems, please visit: www.oracle.com/govhealth. In addition, Oracle government health IT experts will be speaking at the 2018 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC) on August 13 and the 2018 ISM Annual Conference on September 16.

By Melissa Cazalet | Director Cloud Governance & Risk, Oracle

 

 

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