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Rev360 and Abyde Partner to Ease HIPAA Burdens for Eyecare Professionals

By Staff
Thursday, May 31, 2018 12:15 AM


TAMPA, Fla.—Rev360, an eyecare software and business services company, and Abyde, a firm specializing in HIPAA compliance management software for medical practices, have formed a partnership focused on easing HIPAA challenges faced by Rev360 customers, according to an announcement earlier this week. Rev360 serves optometry practices centered on the RevolutionEHR software platform. “Rev360 is constantly seeking partners that align with our mission of delivering profitability and joy to eyecare practices,” Dr. Brett Paepke, director of ECP services for Rev360, said in the announcement.

“Few would argue that HIPAA compliance is joyful, but virtually all eyecare providers understand its importance. Abyde’s cloud-based architecture and tools make HIPAA processes as easy as possible allowing the doctor to focus on other aspects of the practice. It’s that easing of compliance burden that makes us thrilled to partner with Abyde.”

Launched in January of 2017, Abyde is a “revolutionary, cloud-based software solution that enables eyecare professionals to easily attain and sustain internal HIPAA compliance programs by walking them through the Risk Analysis, ongoing compliance, policy, procedure and HIPAA training requirements,” the announcement noted. Abyde’s automated Risk Analysis also meets Meaningful Use, MACRA and MIPS’s Protecting Electronic Health Information core measures.

Abyde president Matt DiBlasi said the partnership with Rev360 is “a true win for the eyecare industry.” He added, “It is our mission at Abyde to revolutionize HIPAA compliance so we are honored Rev360, a company with an impeccable reputation, has a desire to join us in our mission. We are eager for Rev360 customers to experience stress free HIPAA compliance through our partnership.”
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