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  • #31
    Please inform me as well?

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    • #32
      Hello conaptive,


      We will add you in the email update for this request. Thank you and we appreciate for letting us informed on your interest with the request.

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      • #33
        Are there any updates on this? It's been over a year since the last update...

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        • #34
          Add me to the growing list of "add me in the loop" please.

          I am surprised this has not been implemented yet with Comodo-Itarian starting to charge for +50 endpoints.

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          • #35
            markz ,

            We will make sure to get you added on the loop. We apologize for the delay in getting this implemented on the portal. Well keep you updated on this topic

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            • #36
              Jimmy , could we get an update, please?

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              • #37
                Please add me in the loop as we deal with healthcare clients.
                Brian Smoliga, MSTM
                Owner
                TSG Technologies
                E: BrianSmoliga@TSG-Tec.com
                C: 860-418-9197
                https://www.TSG-Tec.com

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by nct View Post
                  Jimmy , could we get an update, please?
                  Copy that. I've asked an update from Product Team and have added you on the loop

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                  • #39
                    I think that this law is a very complex one. I am not sure about "Comod", but this question must be discussed with a professional in this domain. But, I know that the healthcare industry has developed a lot. Nowadays, there is a lot of platforms that allow you to do all your healthcare process online. I think that this is a very great opportunity because it's allowed to reduce social contact with other persons. We must protect ourselves due to COVID-19. I work as a developer for such a company, if you are interested you can read about the problems you have to encounter https://datica.com/blog/hl7-integrat...-to-solve-them. I love to work in this domain.

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                    • #40
                      Checking in on this - HIPAA compliance and a signed BAA is a requirement for anyone working with any private health data. While aspects of the Device manager and the purely analytical parts of the Itarian may not fall under 'ePHI' - the Service Desk does require a BAA when used with clients who work with ePHI. End users may and often do include screenshots that contain client information and/or may refer to clients within ticket requests - qualifying the Service Desk for needing a BAA.
                      We've been using ITarian for about a year and half, started when it was free, and kept on even after it started being a paid for service, but have never been able to 'fully adopt' ITarian due to the restrictions on the Service Desk. We'll soon likely have to leave ITarian for a platform that we can fully adopt unless it can meet our compliance needs.

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