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TrueConf HIPAA-Compliance Statement

July 7, 2017
Alina Krukova

Alina Krukova

Categories: News


Telemedicine and telehealth video conferencing are highly essential today, as there’s a constant shortage of doctors, limited access to the healthcare facilities and rising costs to medical services. With support for video conferencing, hospitals, clinics, and emergency centers can connect their patients with health professionals for regular check-ups, medical examinations and emergency medical care. All healthcare organizations that use, store, maintain, or transmit patient health information are expected to be in complete compliance with the regulations of the HIPAA law. Video conferencing involving electronic exchange of health information is protected under HIPAA rules as well. Read more for our article 15 best HIPAA-compliant video conferencing tools

We are happy to announce that TrueConf Server supports HIPAA security standards. It operates in private networks monitored by our customers and ensures secure connection via SSL/TLS encryption protocols. Video, audio, and content are additionally protected using AES-256. For more information, read TrueConf HIPAA Compliance Statement.


Please note that this statement is intended for informational purposes only. TrueConf does not intend the information to be taken as acceptance of legal obligations for any breach of HIPAA that might occur to clients. Moreover, TrueConf does not sign a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement with telehealth providers.

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