Achieve HIPAA Compliance in Record Time with Carbide

Demonstrate your commitment to securing your customer’s sensitive health data. Work toward HIPAA compliance with clear, actionable steps and guidance from easy-to-use platform and our team of security experts who have supported companies just like yours through the HIPAA compliance process.

Here’s what happens next:

A member of our team will contact you directly to set up a convenient date and time for a 60 min demo.

What you get:

  • A live view of the Carbide Platform and all included features and frameworks
  • Details on how Carbide can fast track your timelines and build structure around your initiative
  • Insights into how your current controls address the needs of auditors, regulators, board members and potential customers
  • A run-down on our Customer Success team and the onboarding experience

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Don't put your security on auto-pilot

At Carbide we offer you a team to implement the right compliance program for you that is right beside you from start to finish to ensure you meet your customers’ expectations in time to win the deal.

Securing electronic protected health information (ePHI) data is a necessity if you’re a HIPAA Business Associate.

With the Carbide Platform and its embedded DRIVE (Design, Review, Implement, Validate, & Evolve) approach to HIPAA compliance, you can leave your checklists and spreadsheets in the past and follow our step-by-step plan to implement HIPAA information security controls.

DRIVE growth, not just compliance.

  • Design & Review

    Design & Review

    Establish your HIPAA security program with custom-tailored policies to bridge the gap with HIPAA compliance requirements

  • Implement


    Auto-generate the practical and technical tasks for HIPAA compliance with your customized Implementation Plan in the Carbide Platform.

  • Validate


    As a HIPAA Business Associate, prove you are responsibly and accurately protecting sensitive health information and ensuring your vendors are keeping up their end as well.

  • Evolve


    Carbide helps you grow your business by scaling with your team as you expand into new verticals and markets

Frameworks and Regulations We Support

“We had a best efforts approach to information security and no knowledge of HIPAA as a framework. Carbide helped us organize what we did have, assess the gaps, and create a project plan we could follow. Having a strong security posture has helped us meet the standards of Fortune 100 companies and government customers."

Thos Niles, Brio Systems

"We were dealing with a lot of sensitive patient data and our enterprise customers needed to feel confident we had the safeguards and policies in place to protect their data. Our business would not be possible without the Carbide platform and their team."

Aly Mawji, Talkatoo
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Frequently Asked Questions

What businesses must be HIPAA compliant?

Healthcare providers, healthcare plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and also any of their service or technology providers (known as “business associates”) must comply with HIPAA’s security, privacy, and breach notification rules. These are the organizations and entities in the United States that process, store, and transmit the health data of individuals for healthcare reasons.

What is protected health information?

Protected health information, or PHI, is any personal health data created, stored, or transmitted by covered entities and their business associates in order to complete healthcare-related activities and transactions. As an example, this could include data stored and transmitted by a technology service that provides email or text-based appointment reminders.

What safeguards are required to protect PHI?

The proper technical, physical, and administrative safeguards must be in place to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all PHI. This means ensuring that there is no chance of unauthorized access, tampering, or damage to PHI electronically or physically. The Carbide platform guides you through establishing a foundation of HIPAA-compliant security policies and the action items required to ensure your PHI is safeguarded.

What is a Business Associate Agreement?

A Business Associate’s Agreement (BAA) is a contract required between a covered entity like a hospital or other healthcare provider and their associated vendors. The BAA outlines each party’s responsibilities as it relates to protected health information and makes responsible the vendor or service provider who is now entrusted with the protected health information. This means that if you are transmitting PHI to another service provider, having that service provider sign a BAA holds them responsible for that information.

Does my business need to get an audit to be HIPAA certified?

There is no officially endorsed HIPAA certification and therefore no audits are required to be certified. Though companies are permitted to sell “certification” audits and services, these are not required by HIPAA for compliance. Under HIPAA, organizations must perform a periodic review of all technical and non-technical requirements, including security policies and procedures. This can be done internally using an information security management platform like Carbide to identify gaps in compliance and generate reports.

What happens if a business associate is not compliant with HIPAA?

Under the law, business associates can be held directly liable for HIPAA violations. Failure to comply with the regulatory requirements, such as the Security Rule or providing breach notifications, would be a violation of the terms of the business associate agreement. The Department of Health and Human Services has the authority to take enforcement action against business associates that fail to meet their obligations for protecting health information.

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