Medac Successfully Achieves SOC 2 Type 2 and HIPAA Compliance

-->April 23, 2019Company News

    North Augusta, SC – April 22, 2019 – Medac, a leading Medical Business Management provider
    dedicated to the revenue cycle management functions associated with the delivery of anesthesia
    services, announced today that the organization has successfully completed its System and Organization
    Controls (SOC) 2, Type 2 examination. Medac also announced the successful completion of their 2019
    HIPAA assessment, citing all efforts were completed by a professional and independent third-party audit
    the firm, 360 Advanced, Inc.

    Completion of the SOC 2 Type 2 examination is widely recognized for demonstrating an organization’s
    commitment to the AICPA Trust Services Criteria, including Security, Availability, Processing Integrity,
    Confidentiality, and Privacy.

    Companies that undergo annual SOC 2 examinations are able to demonstrate a substantially higher level
    of assurance and operationally visibility than those companies who do not, offering Medac an edge over
    competitors.

    “At Medac, security is paramount and is built into every process and procedure. We continue to focus
    our teams on providing meaningful and robust compliance and security solutions for our customers.”
    says Bellinger Moody, President at Medac, “We are proud that our diligence has brought about another
    successful SOC examination.”

    Furthermore, Bryan Hemerka, Chief Information Security Officer at Medac stated, “We understand that
    compliance and security are best implemented through people, processes, and technologies. We
    continuously educate and re-educate our workforce, implement and refine policies and procedures with
    security in mind, and invest in technologies that harden our infrastructure to ensure sensitive
    information is protected.”

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, defines policies and procedures
    required of companies that store, process, or handle electronic protected health information (ePHI).
    The HIPAA Security Rule is a United States federal regulatory requirement specifying a series of
    administrative, physical, and technical safeguards for assuring the confidentiality, integrity, and
    availability of certain healthcare data. HIPAA compliance has become increasingly mandatory to
    managed service providers providing services to organizations that store healthcare data.

    Medac has maintained compliance initiatives regularly since 2015.

    About Medac

    A privately held corporation, Medac is one of the nation’s largest, independently owned, anesthesia
    revenue cycle management companies, dedicated exclusively to anesthesia and pain management.
    Medac’s revenue cycle management services are designed to assist clients with the business
    management functions associated with the delivery of anesthesia services – in particular, the billing and
    collection functions – thereby permitting providers and facilities to focus on providing quality medical
    services to their patients. Medac’s quality, results-oriented commitment to clients provides the most
    comprehensive and personalized service possible while optimizing reimbursement. For additional
    information, visit https://medac.com.

    For Medac inquiries, please contact:
    Bellinger Moody
    bmoody@medac.com

    About 360 Advanced

    360 Advanced is a national Cybersecurity Compliance Audit firm based in St. Petersburg, Florida.
    Services provided include Penetration Testing, GDPR, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, SOC for Cybersecurity, ISO
    27001, PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, HITRUST CSF, Microsoft Vendor Policy, and more. In certain states, 360
    Advanced may operate under the name of Hiestand, Brand, Loughran, P.A. to meet AICPA requirements.
    To learn more about 360 Advanced, visit www.360advanced.com.

    Media Contact:
    Jordanne LePre
    jlepre@360advanced.com