Join eFax Corporate® and HITECH Answers for this informative webinar on December 10, 2015 at 1pm ET / 10am PT.

Transmission of sensitive, electronic protected healthcare information (PHI and ePHI) is a critical activity for healthcare providers, especially with increasingly stringent HIPAA regulations, and the ever present threat of cyber-attacks.  Adding to this challenge, Health IT thought leaders and practice managers are increasingly burdened with managing multiple platforms for transmission of PHI/ePHI - from BYOD and Fax to email and messaging. 

Join our webinar and you will learn:

  • What are the common communication methods used to transmit PHI
  • What is considered a secure transmission
  • What are some common misconceptions about security and transmission of PHI
  • What the HIPAA Standard on Encryption and Integrity of Transmission is
  • Several compliance pitfalls to avoid in 2016
  • How a cloud fax model can enhance security and compliance with HIPAA

Don't miss out on this informative webinar and discussion!


Michael Flavin,
Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Michael Flavin is Sr. Product Marketing Manager at j2 Cloud Services, Inc. and is responsible for the go-to-market strategies for the eFax CorporateĀ® suite of solutions. eFax is the world's leading online fax provider and helps thousands of companies in highly-regulated industries, including healthcare, to transmit and manage sensitive documents efficiently and securely.

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j2 Global®, Inc. provides Internet services through three divisions: j2 Cloud Connect, j2 Cloud Services™ and j2 Digital Media. As of December 31, 2014, j2 had achieved 19 consecutive fiscal years of revenue growth. For more information about j2 Global, please visit


Steve Spearman,
Founder and Chief Security Consultant, Health Security Solutions

As Founder and Chief Security Consultant for Health Security Solutions, Steve stays busy providing HIPAA Risk Analysis for clients and business partners. In addition to his duties at Health Security Solutions, Steve also serves as a member of the Health Care Advisory Council of Ingram Micro, as a speaker for Comp-TIA, and a consultant for state Regional Extension Centers such as CITIA and GA-HITREC.