DBMS now provides the
full service of individual and
group care management.
United States law designed to provide privacy
standards to protect patients' medical records
and other health information provided to health
plans, doctors, hospitals and other health care
providers. Developed by the Department of Health
and Human Services, these new standards provide
patients with access to their medical records
and more control over how their personal health
information is used and disclosed. They
represent a uniform, federal floor of privacy
protections for consumers across the country.
State laws providing additional protections to
consumers are not affected by this new rule.
HIPAA took effect on April 14, 2003."
DBMS has always been
sensitive to the use of privacy and industry
standards. Our member and medical information is
well protected from access by unauthorized
entities. A common security system protects all
of the objects within our suite of products. The
security process uses a role-based approach to
insure that specific access is defined and
controlled based on the different needs of the
various people requiring valid access to the
data. Each one of our security and data formats
either meets or exceeds the HIPAA compliance
We are industry experts who have
always appreciated the need for private and
consistent medical data. The techniques we use
originate from banking and financial industries.
Therefore, we use time-proven techniques for
system and data protection.