MAS Medi Transcription believes on realistic goals. We do not say that we provide a 100% accurate document because there is always a chance for human errors. That is why we say that we provide 99% accuracy.
.1) Accomplished management team with long stability.
.2) Solid network of experienced, dependable, medical language specialist and highly qualified transcriptionists.
.3)Powerful technologies for seamless connectivity.
.4) Chain of services to meet all of your specific needs.
.5) Constant monitoring for quality assurance on the every aspect of the medical report.
The HIPAA was formulated to adopt standardized security measures that would protect sensitive patient data against unauthorized disclosure during electronic exchange. At MAS Medi all our services are molded according to the needs and requirements of the HIPAA and what’s more all our internal procedures for privacy and security not only meet the standards of HIPAA but exceed them.
No transcript is ever lost. All information is stored on secure servers. The Internet security is the same level as that used by leading medical, insurance, and financial institutions. Our IT section is totally secured. We have strict in-group IT FFD (Freedom from Danger) policy to ensure client data confidentiality. Each person before becoming our employee is bound to sign CNDA (Confidentiality & Non-Disclosure Agreement) to ensure client data covertness. When one will sign this agreement then he/she will become MAS Medi’s employee, and this agreement will be affected two years after leaving the organization.
HIPAA AND BUSINESS ASSOCIATE AGREEMENTS As per HIPAA:
“A covered entity may permit a business associate to create, receive, maintain or transmit EPHI on the covered entity’s behalf only if the covered entity obtains satisfactory assurances in a written agreement that the business associate will safeguard the information in a written agreement that complies with 45 C.F.R. §164.314(a) (2003).87 This means that the business associate agreement must be modified to require the business associate to
1) implement administrative, physical, and technical safeguards that reasonably and appropriately protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the EPHI it creates, maintains, receives or transmits on behalf of the covered entity;
2) ensures that any agent, including a subcontractor, to whom it provides such EPHI agrees to implement reasonable and appropriate safeguards to protect it;
3) report to the covered entity any security incident of which it becomes aware; and
4) authorizes termination of the agreement if the covered entity determines that the business associate has violated a material term of the contract.88 Different requirements apply when a covered entity and its business associate are both governmental entities, see 45 C.F.R. §164.314-----------------------------------------------------------
(a)(2)(ii) (2003). If a covered entity is a business associate of another covered entity and the covered entity violates the satisfactory assurances it provided to the other covered entity, the violating business associate/covered entity will be in violation of the implementation specifications under the security regulations.89” To request a copy of our Service Contract and Business Associate Agreement please send an email to email@example.com.