DocuSign's HIPAA-compliant eSignature solution
Electronic signatures are now widely accepted in most industries. However, many providers in the health industry question if eSignatures are HIPAA-compliant. In order for online signatures to be compliant with HIPAA, you must adhere to the digital signature standards required by the US Department of Health and Human Services.
DocuSign is committed to helping our customers meet compliance requirements across all healthcare industry practices. Many providers, health plans, medical device manufacturers and biopharmaceutical companies have adopted DocuSign in a HIPAA-compliant manner.
Take a look at how DocuSign can help you stay HIPAA-compliant:
- User Authentication: Verification of the signer’s identity upon eSigning. DocuSign uses public key infrastructure (PKI) to authenticate users.
- Message Integrity: Proves the document has not been altered after signing.
- Non-Repudiation: Ensures the signer cannot deny signing the document.
Here at DocuSign we pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence and security. You can learn more with our free 30-day trial.