Encrypted Email Programs Claiming “HIPAA Compliance”

Encrypted Email Programs Claiming HIPAA Compliance Welcome to the TMHI list of companies that offers encrypted email programs claiming HIPAA-compliance, or what is more precisely known as “HIPAA-compatibility.”* The page below also shows you some companies which offer you a signed “Business Associate Agreement,” and the price range for services, if their price range was publicly visible on their website.

Title

HIPAA Compatibility or Business Associate Agreement

Cost per Month

Akario Company claims HIPAA compliance
Appriver Company claims HIPAA compliance Free trial for 30 days
DataMotion™ Business Associate Agreement
Email Pros Business Associate Agreement Plan 1 – $9.95/mo Plan 2 – $19.95/mo Plan 3 – $39.95/mo
Enlocked Company claims HIPAA compliance Free – 10 messages/mo Basic – $9.99/mo for 100 messages Gold – $19.99/mo for 2000 messages Platinum – $29.99/mo for 10,000 messages
LuxSci Business Associate Agreement Starting at $12/mo + $100 HIPAA set up free
Hushmail Company claims HIPAA compliance and includes Bussiness Associate Agreement $9.99 per month per user account
NeoCertified Business Associate Agreement General Business – $99/year per user HIPAA/FERPA Compliant – $99/year per user SEC/FINRA – $99/year per user Enterprise and multiple users – $49/user per year
RMailSecure Company claims HIPAA compliance Free – 10 messages/month Basic – $6.99/mo for 25 messages Professional – $14.99/mo for 100 messages and more
Sendinc Company claims HIPAA compliance Basic – Free 20 recipients/day Pro – $5/mo for 200 recipients/day Corporate – starts at $25/mo for 200 recipients/user/day
ZixCorp Company claims HIPAA compliance
* TMH Institute does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted or described on our website or training materials, and does not advise technology users to select any particular technology. TMH Institute publications consist of the opinions of TMH Institute’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. TMH Institute disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Buyer beware and please do your own due diligence when it comes to researching web conferencing providers for health care purposes. Make sure they are in compliance with HIPAA at the time of your purchase by requesting their written BUSINESS ASSOCIATES AGREEMENT as required by law. Also note that your own state law may be more stringent than HIPAA.
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