What is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) regulates how healthcare information should be shared and stored by healthcare providers (“covered entities”) and companies like us that work with these providers (“business associates”). It's a vital regulation that ensures companies that process health information take adequate protection in ensuring the security of personal health information (PHI).

OneSignal’s Commitment to HIPAA Compliance

In order to reach HIPAA compliance, OneSignal has completed a risk assessment of our organization and systems. This includes reviewing how our systems appropriately adheres to the security rule and privacy rule under HIPAA. Thankfully, our efforts were made easier by the work we did in achieving SOC 2 Type II compliance.

Looking for our Business Associate Agreement (BAA)?

We are happy to say that we now support a core aspect of HIPAA compliance by offering a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) to Enterprise Plan customers. For customers interested in learning more about our HIPAA compliance, reach out to our sales team for more information.