FairWarning® Care Provider Customers Lead Expansion of Trust in Electronic Health Records

Jen Stansbury, 727-576-6700 x 182

FairWarning, Inc. the inventor, patent holder and world’s leading supplier of privacy monitoring solutions for electronic health records today announced record growth in the adoption and production deployment of the company’s solutions. Key milestones and statistics in the adoption and productive use of FairWarning solutions include:

Care provider customers cite the following as the top market drivers for investing in a FairWarning solution and participating in FairWarning Certified Professionals training:

According to Kurt Long, CEO and Founder of FairWarning, “FairWarning will continue to aggressively invest in additional customer service programs, assuring that care providers are able to grow trust with their patients and confidently expand their electronic health record investments. Further, we are expanding FairWarning expert service programs that give care providers affordable access to best-in-class compliance and privacy experts as well as providing training to grow their own staff’s expertise.”

Leading care providers who are accelerating their deployments of patient privacy monitoring receive the following benefits of their investment:

FairWarning’s mission is to lead the industry expansion of trust in Electronic Health Records empowering care providers to grow their reputation for protecting confidentiality, scale their digital health initiatives and comply with complex Federal and state privacy laws such as HIPAA. By partnering with FairWarning, care providers are able to direct their focus on delivering the best patient outcomes possible while receiving expert, sustainable and affordable privacy and compliance solutions. Customers consider FairWarning privacy auditing solutions essential for compliance with healthcare privacy regulations such as ARRA HITECH privacy and meaningful use criteria, HIPAA, UK and EU Data Protection, California SB 541 and AB 211, Texas HB 300, and Canadian provincial healthcare privacy law. For more information on FairWarning visit or email .

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