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EnterSpace Exchange 2.0 Software to Enable Easy Healthcare Data Flow

By CIOReview | Wednesday, October 22, 2014

DALLAS, TX: Jericho Systems, the developer of sophisticated content filtering and data security solutions, recently added to its portfolio an advanced software suite for controlling the flow of healthcare data and protecting patient privacy called the EnterSpace Exchange 2.0.

The software helps in generating automated, context-sensitive decisions based on configurable digital policies and rules. With this, healthcare organizations can avoid HIPAA penalties, achieve meaningful use incentives under the HITECH Act, and enhance patient privacy. Afore mentioned benefits can be achieved by the software as it enables: Evaluation of digital access requests against policies and rules; Creating and applying clinical tags, policies, and rules to data segments within electronic health records (EHRs); Redact sensitive data segments prior to document release; Conforming with eHealth Exchange/NwHIN, OASIS, and ASTM frameworks and HL7 Healthcare Privacy and Security Classification System; and Configuring to reflect requirements of an organization, a jurisdiction, or patient consent directives.

“EnterSpace Exchange 2.0 provides an interoperable approach that limits the risk from unauthorized release of healthcare data,” says David Staggs, CTO of Jericho Systems. “Our new data segmentation capability can pinpoint and isolate sensitive information, allowing greater sharing of content with partners.”

Built on a platform of the patented EnterSpace Decisioning Service, EnterSpace Exchange 2.0 supports XACML, policy engine clustering, and integration with external web services using APIs.

“We invite healthcare decision makers to see a demonstration of how EnterSpace Exchange provides an unparalleled return on investment,” notes Brynn Mow, CEO of Jericho Systems.