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Monterey Spine and Joint Deploys WebLOQ ePrivacy Solution for HIPAA Compliant Health Information Exchange
Date:10/13/2008

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- WebLOQ, Inc., the emerging leader in total privacy solutions for secure and compliant eBusiness and data-in-motion communications, today announced that Monterey Spine and Joint has deployed the WebLOQ ePrivacy solution in their state-of-the-art Monterey center. The center, along with their healthcare partner, the Monterey Peninsula Surgery Center, and other local practices, has implemented WebLOQ's hosted, on demand ePrivacy technology to establish a totally secure and private process for exchanging critical and sensitive healthcare information and related documents.

Monterey Spine and Joint, a multi-disciplinary, regional center specializing in the treatment of all joint, spine and brain ailments, is required to interface with an expanding network of healthcare providers, partners, administrators and claims processors, and in doing so is required to provide patient privacy, data security and HIPAA compliance. As with many growing health care facilities, Monterey Spine and Joint sought an efficient, secure and private eBusiness solution that could meet compliance, improve business process efficiency, reduce paper waste and cut down on redundant phone calls and faxes. In its search to streamline the critical Protected Health Information (PHI) process, Monterey Spine and Joint hoped to find a solution that would reduce administrative overhead by allowing secure and HIPAA-compliant eBusiness transactions, while also being simple, affordable and easy to use.

"The fax machine is the most pervasive communication device in healthcare today. We've considered lots of other solutions in an effort to find a viable alternative that's more secure, compliant and efficient," said Dr. Chris Meckel, a board-certified joint replacement surgeon at Monterey Spine and Joint. "They were all simply too painful and costly to deploy, and required too much technical expertise to use. We picked WebLOQ because of its ability to
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