FairWarning® Expands Hiring Plans

Inventor of Privacy Breach Detection Software for Electronic Health Records Expects Continued Triple-Digit Growth Through Calendar Years 2011 and 2012

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- FairWarning, Inc., a leading global supplier of solutions which monitor and protect patient privacy in Electronic Health Records, today announced the company plans to hire 70 new high-value jobs over the next 24 months contributing over $ 10 Million to the local Florida economy.

FairWarning® which invented privacy breach detection for Electronic Health Records has grown 3607% since 2006. The company is on track for triple-digit growth in 2011, and expects that 2012 will bring more of the same. FairWarning® customers, made up of some of the world’s leading healthcare providers, now represent over 600 hospitals and 2,200 clinics across the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom, and the number has been doubling every 18 months. The company is based in Saint Petersburg, FL, and has recently opened sales and support offices in London, England, and Paris, France. On May 3rd, 2011, it was announced that FairWarning® was awarded a major privacy breach detection contract for ensuring patient privacy for all health systems in NHS Scotland.

“The University of South Florida is proud that the core of FairWarning’s management team graduated from USF and reflects our commitment to innovation. We remain committed to creating the intellectual capital necessary for a high-tech workforce today and working closely with FairWarning® to insure that the workforce of tomorrow exists here,” said Rod Casto, Ph.D. Associate Vice President of Research and Innovation.

“FairWarning®, with the guidance of its customers, partners, and the Tampa Bay community is shaping the culture of privacy in the healthcare industry on a large-scale and global basis,” said FairWarning® Founder and CEO, Kurt Long. “We are a company of highly motivated, principled, world-class professionals who want to make positive change in the world of healthcare, and we look forward to welcoming new, like-minded team members in the years to come,” Long went on to say.

FairWarning® is immediately hiring high-value positions in the following categories:

  • Software developers
  • Customer relationship managers
  • Implementation managers
  • Senior solutions sales executives
  • Associate solution sales executives
  • Marketing professionals

Interested parties can visit the company web site at www.FairWarningAudit.com/Hiring/

For more about FairWarning privacy breach detection solutions, please visit www.FairWarningAudit.com.

About FairWarning, Inc.

FairWarning® is a global leader in appliance-based software solutions which monitor and protect patient privacy in electronic health records enabling healthcare providers and health information exchanges to confidentially connect physicians, clinics, patients and affiliates. FairWarning®’s turn-key privacy auditing solutions are compatible with healthcare applications from every major vendor including Allscripts, Cerner, Epic, GE, McKesson, MEDITECH, Siemens, and many others. Customers consider FairWarning® privacy auditing solutions essential for compliance with healthcare privacy regulations such as ARRA HITECH privacy and meaningful use criteria, HIPAA, EU Data Protection, UK Data Protection Act, California SB 541 and AB 211, and Canadian provincial healthcare privacy law. For more information on FairWarning® visit www.FairWarningAudit.com or email [email protected].



CONTACT:

FairWarning, Inc.
Sadie Peterson, 727-576-6700 Ext. 119
Sadie@FairWarningAudit.com

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