OSLO, NORWAY – May 31st, 2018: Media Network Services (MNS), a leading provider of video collaboration network and services, today announces its compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for its REC.VC recording cloud service.
Working with its regulatory compliance and cybersecurity partner Allendevaux & Company, MNS has implemented administrative, technical and physical controls, enabling healthcare entities to leverage MNS’ REC.VC recording cloud service to capture its telehealth sessions.
"For the last 9 months, we have overseen MNS’ implementation of HIPAA policies and practices into its Information Security Management System (ISMS)," comments Scott Allendevaux, Senior Partner at at Allendevaux & Company. "We are confident that MNS and its recording cloud service meets the requirements of HIPAA."
"Healthcare organizations can with MNS’ commitment and compliance with HIPAA rest assure that patient information including any audio and video recordings are kept confidential and secure with the REC.VC recording cloud service," says Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances with MNS. "We see an increasing number of healthcare professionals leveraging videoconferencing to meet with other professionals and patients, and market demand for a cloud service that can record and store these encounters securely and cost-effectively."
MNS provides worldwide services that enhance and extend organizations’ existing video collaboration platform and equipment. Services include QoS.VC for best any-to-any video calling quality, REC.VC for recording & streaming of video meetings, and Selfie.VC, the video endpoint self-test service.