BMI Audit Services is dedicated to protecting the privacy and security of your Protected Health Information (PHI) and Personal Identifiable Information (PII). We have a number of policies and practices in place to help safeguard this sensitive data. We keep your oral, written, and electronic PHI/PII safe using physical, electronic, and procedural means.
BMI is located at a facility that maintains restricted, off-hours, access. Additionally, the offices of BMI are protected by a 24/7 security and alarm system maintained by a leading provider for security monitoring services.
Access to the BMI offices are controlled electronically through a keypad access system; only authorized BMI personnel have accounts to gain entry.
Our computer and phone equipment are further secured in a locked and restricted area.
BMI utilizes a leading provider for secure Document Shredding: any physical printouts containing PHI/PII data are either destroyed using this service or stored securely on-site.
Information Technology Safeguards
BMI uses the latest in Information Technology to electronically secure your data.
All PHI/PII data is stored on our central servers and protected using Microsoft BitLocker encryption technology. In addition, laptop computers, utilized by BMI personnel, are also encrypted and password-protected using Microsoft BitLocker technology.
Only authorized BMI personnel have accounts to gain access to our servers. A strong, complex password policy is employed by our server software.
Backups are performed on a 24/7 basis. Data that is backed up is first encrypted using AES encryption technology and then delivered to a remote location electronically for Business Continuity purposes.
Remote access to the BMI network and servers is controlled using state-of-the-art firewall and SSL networking technology.
All BMI personnel undergo an extensive background check prior to employment.
On-going training is provided relative to privacy and security issues that occur in a fast-changing data security external environment.