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OnRamp Founder Chad Kissinger to Speak on Panel at Healthbox Chicago
Date:11/13/2013

AUSTIN, TX (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

OnRamp, a leading high security hosting provider with data center facilities in Texas and North Carolina, announced today its Founder Chad Kissinger has been selected to speak on a panel entitled “Technology: Its Challenges and Practicalities” at the Healthbox Chicago event on November 14, 2013. The event will be held at Sandbox Industries and the discussion will cover subject matters under the technology umbrella that relate to data security, building HIPAA compliant applications and following the ever-changing regulations in healthcare technology.

Healthbox is a platform to stimulate early-stage innovation, enabling entrepreneurial success while creating a collaborative global ecosystem to build positive change in the healthcare industry. Healthbox brings together a brain trust of entrepreneurs, strategic partners, industry experts and investors to tackle real healthcare challenges.

Kissinger, a HIPAA compliant hosting expert, will discuss how to effectively address the confidentiality, availability and integrity of electronic protected health information (ePHI) when using a third party provider to store sensitive patient data. A regular speaker on HIPAA compliant hosting, Kissinger stated, “When we talk to customers who need to be HIPAA compliant, we’ve found that they are overwhelmed by the rules, regulations and requirements, which oftentimes fall outside of a company’s core competencies. That’s where OnRamp can help. We work with our customers to collaboratively implement systems and applications to meet HIPAA’s Privacy and Security standards and related physical, technical and administrative safeguards.”

About OnRamp
OnRamp was founded in 1994 in Austin, TX. As one of Texas’ first Internet Operations companies, OnRamp’s history is rooted in providing reliable and secure connectivity that enables distributed computing. Today, OnRamp is a Data Center opera
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