Johnson and Quin, a full-administration regular postal mail creation and mailing administrations organization, has effectively accomplished the HIPAA Security Compliance Assessment which guarantees their elevated level of security and capacity to deliver medical care and related standard mail programs. Notwithstanding HIPAA they have additionally finished their third yearly System and Organizational Controls (SOC) 2 Type 2 assessment. Both the SOC 2 and HIPAA assessments confirm the organization's responsibility to information security and protection for their advertising customers.
Manish Haria, VP of IT and CISO at Johnson & Quin explained, “After consistently achieving SOC 2 Type 2 compliance which has increasingly become a must for a print service provider, we wanted to continue maturing our security program further. HIPAA compliance is the best next step to fuel the company’s growth by expanding into the healthcare vertical.”
An expert and autonomous outsider review firm, 360 Advanced, examined Johnson and Quin against the AICPA Trust Services Criteria for Security, just as pertinent HIPAA protection, security, and penetrate notice rules. The HIPAA security compliance assessment guarantees that Johnson and Quin follows proper techniques for putting away, preparing, and dealing with ensured wellbeing data (PHI). The SOC 2 Type 2 assessment gives affirmation that the organization's controls for dealing with customer information safely are viable throughout some undefined time frame.
“Johnson & Quin’s HIPAA certification documents that clients’ health data is safely handled,” said Andrew Henkel, VP & Principal at Johnson & Quin. “We specialize in producing large volume highly personalized mail, and this certification will allow us to confidently manage and produce healthcare promotional and communication marketing mailings.”
With right around 145 years of printing experience and more than 40 years in post office based mail, the cycles, systems, and controls that help Johnson and Quin's regular postal mail administrations are planned and executed to address the relevant protections for medical care mailings characterized inside the HIPAA/HITECH Security Rule. Customers promoting medical care administrations and items can be positive about the organization's capacity to deal with PHI information.
According to Bob Arkema, EVP, at Johnson & Quin, “We have a history of seeking out new technologies - in security controls, software, and production equipment. We make our clients’ lives easier by providing secure data processing, high-quality services, lower production and postage costs, and virtually unlimited personalization to increase response and improve profitability.”
About Johnson & Quin
Johnson & Quin specializes in the latest direct mail production technologies including high-speed full color inkjet variable data printing in combination with expert postal optimization and mailing services. They offer data services, digital personalization and printing, high-speed folding, card affixing and inserting, as well as certified data security.