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WJOB Can offer interoperability between all VAMCs, Community Providers and Institutions.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Public Law 104-191, was enacted on August 21, 1996. Sections 261 through 264 of HIPAA require the Secretary of HHS to publicize standards for the electronic exchange, privacy and security of health information. Collectively these are known as the Administrative Simplification provision.
WJOB can offer your business compliancy with the HIPAA Act.
We partner with the Nation's leading company in the field of identity verification and management, with more than a decade of experience designing and installing biometric identity systems for customers.
Our systems are designed to integrate with your existing IT infrastructure and biometric identity products, saving you time and money. With our approach, you quickly gain the benefits from an identity system that is secure, compliant and cost-effective.
Our partner firm pioneered many of the identity management systems now in use today.
They developed the first system to enable US law enforcement officers to identify missing children using the camera in their mobile phone.
They also developed the facial recognition system used in the 2001 Super Bowl in Tampa, Florida, the first time this technology was used to enhance security at a major sports event.
We partner with the world’s #1 customer relationship management (CRM) platform. Their cloud-based, CRM applications for sales, service, marketing, and more don’t require IT experts to set up or manage — simply log in and start connecting to customers in a whole new way.
We partner with the leader of ADA Compliant systems to install their products and services so that all Local, State and Federal facilities can be compliant.
A little more info regarding ADA:
People who have vision, hearing, or speech disabilities (“communication disabilities”) use different ways to communicate. For example, people who are blind may give and receive information audibly rather than in writing and people who are deaf may give and receive information through writing or sign language rather than through speech.
The ADA requires that title II entities (State and local governments) and title III entities (businesses and nonprofit organizations that serve the public) communicate effectively with people who have communication disabilities.
The goal is to ensure that communication with people with these disabilities is equally effective as communication with people without disabilities.
WJOB LLC AND OUR PARTNERING FIRM CAN ENSURE YOUR COMPLIANCE ON ANY EXISTING OR UPCOMING PROJECT!