Externally audited HIPAA compliance

Telegenisys data center audited for HIPAA certification

Fairfield, CA: January 27th, 2015 – Telegenisys Inc. is committed to securing client data to the highest standards. Towards this goal of security assurance, the Telegenisys data operations center was audited for conformance with HIPAA (Health information and Portability act of America). The data center demonstrated to external auditors the care taken while handling data through its data systems and its physical offices.

Mark Merani, CEO said “Receiving HIPAA certification demonstrates our commitment to consistently deliver a reliable and secure operations environment to our clients. For our healthcare and insurance clients, data privacy is a legal prerequisite. This certification ensures that our staff goes the extra mile to maintain a secure environment. Our Telegenisys team is proud of this achievement.”

Health insurance portability and accountability act were passed by the US Congress in 1996. This requires that all health data is held private which accountability to the owner of the private health information. Telegenisys results were certified by SS Associates Pvt. Ltd. Which is a tax audit company thus Telegenisys achieved HIPAA certification.

Companies interested in learning more about Telegenisys’ collaborative smart sourcing solutions, or viewing Telegenisys’ HIPAA certification, can find more information at www.telegenisys.com.

TELEGENISYS INC.

Telegenisys Inc. is a Delaware corporation with its primary headquarters in California. It was formed in 1994 as a technology company. Since then it has grown for more than a decade in a broad set of disciplines specializing in insurance services, marketing support, and research. In 1999 Telegenisys Inc. opened its second operation center in Pune, located in the State of Maharashtra, India.

Telegenisys activities span four key focus areas.

  • GIS data analysis, photo/video analysis, artifact identification, and mapping analysis:
  • Data entry and data reduction:
  • Market research and demand generation assistance:
  • Technical support for products:

PR Contact:
Mark Merani
1-(707) 377-3799
mmerani@telegenisys.com
Telegenisys Inc.
5055 Business Center Drive, Suite# 108-223
Fairfield, CA 94534, USA

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