Compliance Achieves HIPAA Compliance Certification, Ensuring Enhanced Security for Protected Health Information

Chiara Colombi
March 12, 2024 Achieves HIPAA Compliance Certification, Ensuring Enhanced Security for Protected Health Information
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    Share offers a developer platform for data de-identification, synthesis, and provisioning to keep test data secure, accessible, and in sync across testing and development environments. Whether you’re working with structured, semi-structured, or free-text data, the Tonic suite of products empowers developers to accelerate their engineering velocity while safeguarding consumer privacy by enabling on-demand access to safe, high-fidelity versions of real-world data.

    We are proud to announce that we have successfully completed our HIPAA certification, marking a significant milestone in our commitment to data security and privacy. This achievement underscores our dedication to providing secure data environments for our clients, particularly those in the healthcare industry handling protected health information (PHI). By achieving HIPAA compliance, reaffirms our commitment to upholding the highest standards of data protection, enabling companies to leverage our Tonic Cloud services with confidence, knowing their data handling practices comply with stringent regulatory requirements.

    What is HIPAA compliance?

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) sets the legal standard for organizations that handle patient health information within the United States. Companies that handle protected health information (PHI) must ensure that they comply with a strict set of required security and privacy rules defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. HIPAA compliance is not just a regulatory requirement; it is a commitment to safeguarding personal health information, ensuring privacy, and maintaining confidentiality in every healthcare-related transaction.

    What does this mean for you?

    Organizations handling PHI (whether medical providers or not) are obligated by HIPAA to protect patient information from unauthorized access, sharing, and breaches. Independent external verification of our HIPAA security and privacy practices means that you can feel confident about satisfying your regulatory obligations when sending Tonic ePHI and safe in your knowledge that we take security and data confidentiality seriously. 

    Can I see a copy of the report?

    If you’d like more information about the certifications maintains and request attestation reports, please visit

    Chiara Colombi
    Director of Product Marketing
    A bilingual wordsmith dedicated to the art of engineering with words, Chiara has over a decade of experience supporting corporate communications at multi-national companies. She once translated for the Pope; it has more overlap with translating for developers than you might think.

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