TrueVault, the first company to make HIPAA compliance easy for healthcare and fitness applications, today released a new SDK to provide iOS developers with an easy way to build HIPAA compliant and secure apps with Apple's iOS.
At the most recent hxrefactored conference, Jason Wang presented TrueVault, an online service that takes care of HIPAA's technical requirements along with a privacy and data breach insurance policy. While the service is geared towards developers, healthcare providers who create their own apps can take advantage of such services designed to make security easier to implement.
TrueVault, the first company to make HIPAA compliance easy for healthcare applicants, announced today it has been selected by UCLA researchers to store and secure Protected Health Information (PHI) for a newly developed behavioral software platform, and ensure that this data is stored and managed in a HIPAA compliant way. Date: July 29, 2014
TrueVault, the healthcare app data security startup that launched this week out of the most recent class of Y Combinator, has closed $2.5 million in seed funding.
Founder of @TrueVault • Formerly: Founder of @Keenful • Employee #1 at @Scorebig • Worked at @Razorfish • Studied at @UC Irvine.
Prior to TrueVault, Trey was Director of Sales, Sports at ScoreBig, Sales Consultant at Highly Relevant, International Television Sales at Shine Group, and worked in the Motion Picture Department at ICM Talent Agency.