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Compliancy Group becomes corporate affiliate for the New Hampshire Medical Society (NHMS)

The HIPAA regulation is intended to apply to healthcare organizations of all sizes, which makes it difficult to determine what exactly YOUR organization needs to implement to be HIPAA compliant. Through our partnership with NHMS, we hope to clear that up for New Hampshire covered entities.

CONCORD, N.H. (PRWEB) January 29, 2020
COMPLIANCY GROUP and the New Hampshire Medical Society (NHMS) have partnered to facilitate the implementation of an effective HIPAA compliance program for New Hampshire covered entities (CEs). NHMS has recognized Compliancy Group as a corporate affiliate, urging NHMS’s members to utilize Compliancy Group as their HIPAA compliance solution.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) consists of a set of complex rules that covered entities (CEs) are obligated to abide by. Compliancy Group created its HIPAA compliance platform with this in mind, realizing that the HIPAA regulation can be difficult to navigate without the help of an expert.
Marc Haskelson, President and CEO of Compliancy Group states, “The HIPAA regulation is intended to apply to healthcare organizations of all sizes, which makes it difficult to determine what exactly YOUR organization needs to implement to be HIPAA compliant. Through our partnership with NHMS, we hope to clear that up for New Hampshire covered entities.”
With Compliancy Group, HIPAA compliance is simplified, storing all that is necessary to prove an organization’s “good faith effort” towards HIPAA compliance in one convenient location. Clients are guided through creating a HIPAA compliance program that is tailor-made for their business, by expert Compliance Coaches. Upon implementation of an effective HIPAA compliance program, clients are eligible for the HIPAA Seal of Compliance, meant to verify and validate that they have made every effort to protect patient’s protected health information (PHI).
About New Hampshire Medical Society:The New Hampshire Medical Society (NHMS) is a non-profit organization with over 2,200 licensed physicians, medical residents, and medical students in the state of New Hampshire. Since 1791, we have been actively supporting and advocating for you and your patients. Let us know how we can help YOU!
http://www.nhms.org/content/compliancy-group
About Compliancy Group:Compliancy Group simplifies HIPAA compliance so that healthcare professionals can confidently run their practice. The Guard™ is our simple, cost-effective, web-based solution. Users are guided by our team of expert Compliance Coaches™ to Achieve, Illustrate, and Maintain™ total HIPAA compliance. Visit http://www.compliancy-group.com or call 855.854.4722 to learn how simple compliance can be.

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AXEL Becomes a Data Privacy Champion in Support of Data Privacy Day 2020

“Data privacy is all about informed consent, and users need more than just the choice of whether or not to share their data, but to know exactly what this data will be used for and how it will affect them,” notes Ben Ow, President and CTO of AXEL.

LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
AXEL announces its continued commitment to protecting consumer and data privacy by becoming a Data Privacy Champion, as part of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) StaySafeOnline program. Data Privacy Day is part of a greater international campaign promoting awareness of the importance of privacy, highlighting easy ways to protect personal information and reminding organizations that privacy is good for business. This is a global initiative that started in the U.S. and Canada in 2008, as an extension of the Data Protection Day celebration in Europe, held annually on January 28.
AXEL joins this growing global effort among nonprofits, academic institutions, corporations, government entities, municipalities and individuals to raise awareness about this important movement at home, at work and school and in their communities. Through collaboration and unified, consistent messaging about privacy and protecting personal information, all Data Privacy Day Champions are working toward the common goal of improving individual and business consciousness toward data privacy and trust.
“Data privacy is really all about informed consent,” notes Ben Ow, President and CTO of AXEL. “Users need more than just the choice of whether or not to share their data – they need to know exactly what this data will be used for and how its application might affect them. For this reason, we proudly support the Data Privacy Day mission and advocate to ensure active measures are taken to safeguard data privacy for everyone.”
In North America, Data Privacy Day is officially led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), a nonprofit, public-private partnership dedicated to promoting a safer, more secure and more trusted internet. For more information about getting involved, visit here, follow NCSA on Facebook and Twitter for updates and resources and use the official hashtag #PrivacyAware to join the conversation.
About AXELAXEL is committed to providing users with true ownership over their data with dynamic, easy-to-use technology solutions for file sharing, access, security and privacy, transfer, streaming, and integration, across all devices from one secure platform. The company launched AXEL.Network, a global decentralized network to help foster the movement from centralized to decentralized computing, the next-generation internet. AXEL is internationally recognized for innovation, and was recently selected as one of Hello Tomorrow’s 2020 Deep Tech Pioneers.
With operations in North America, Asia, and Europe, the company’s veteran 100+ member team has built a suite of proprietary software products already used by millions of people, with patented technology and user-friendly apps that work across Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. For more information, visit AXEL, AXEL.Network and follow us on Discord, Twitter, Medium and Telegram.

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Murrieta Genomics Becomes First Tenant at Life Science Incubator at University of California, Riverside

Murrieta, California (PRWEB) January 27, 2020
Murrieta Genomics, the provider of genomics services and a launch pad for genomic sequencing startups, has signed a tenancy agreement with the University of California Riverside’s (UCR) Life Science Incubator. The company is the first to become a member of the Incubator and thus joining the innovation ecosystem at UCR overseen by the Office of Technology Partnerships.
“Murrieta Genomics aims to launch the next generation of genomic sequencing companies,” stated Brandon Young, lab director and CTO of Murrieta Genomics. “Our technological capabilities, including proprietary intellectual property, have many potential applications in the fields of research underway at UCR. By having a presence in the Incubator, we can efficiently partner with researchers and entrepreneurs at the University and from the community to speed these discoveries to market.”
The Incubator is a 3,000 square-foot wet laboratory space in the new Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB) specially outfitted to house startups in the life sciences, agriculture, biotechnology, and medical technologies, and is the first of its kind in the Inland Empire. Residents will have access to UC Riverside technology and equipment across campus, such as a nanofabrication cleanroom, proteomics, stem cell core, and plant transformation through faculty collaborations and fee-for-service agreements.
Residents of the Incubator will also have the opportunity to interact and collaborate with UCR researchers, faculty and students, attend seminars, access patent search services and entrepreneurial development workshops, and use UCR’s SBIR/STTR Resource Center, which guides applicants through the process of obtaining commercialization development grants from the federal government.
Murrieta Genomics has been meeting and working with UCR researchers since the company’s inception. Genomic sequencing plays a large part in both precision medicine and precision agriculture, two areas of focus of the research university.
“Our researchers have been making profound discoveries in agriculture and biological and environmental technologies,” stated David Pearson, Managing Director of the MRB Incubator. “While these discoveries serve a great purpose in research, an even greater regional impact can be achieved when they are commercialized. We look forward to accelerating this path to commercialization through our incubator facilities and programming and our partnerships with companies like Murrieta Genomics.”
Murrieta Genomics will hold office hours every Tuesday from 11 am to 3 pm. During office hours, researchers and entrepreneurs from the community can discuss advances in genomics technologies and the company’s core service capabilities with the company’s principals.
In partnership with the Incubator, the company will also be offering “Lunch and Learn” presentations featuring state-of-the-art genomics technology companies to University staff and students on the last Tuesday of every month from 11 am to 1 pm starting February 25th.
An initial meet and greet will be held on January 29, 2020 at 4:00 pm in the Atrium Seminar Room at the Multidisciplinary Research Building and feature the founding team from Murrieta Genomics who will present their capabilities. There will also be a presentation at 5:00 pm from Aspect Biosystems, a company that has combined the power of microfluidics and 3D bioprinting to create living, human tissues for medical research, therapeutic discovery, and regenerative medicine products. Tours of the Incubator will be available following the event.
Future topics for the “Lunch and Learn” series will be precision agriculture, gene assembly, advanced data analytics and other topics suggested by UCR researchers. that will have a direct application to the University’s areas of interest.
About Murrieta GenomicsMurrieta Genomics provides access to next generation sequencing technology for researchers in the health, veterinary, agriculture, forensics and direct to consumer industries. The company is a true business incubator, offering mentorship and guidance from both the scientific and business perspective to aspiring genomic-related entrepreneurs. The founders of Murrieta Genomics have extensive background in business, finance, science and technology. They are supplemented with a prestigious advisory board from both business and science. The company provides Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) services, hands-on consulting, review, appraisal and guidance. In addition, it provides help with company value propositions and potential seed funding support to qualified incubator graduates. For more information visit http://www.murrietagenomics.com.
Murrieta Genomics is part of the Murrieta Innovation Center, a building owned by the city of Murrieta and dedicated to supporting life science companies. The Innovation Center has medical device, therapeutic, software, clinical research and of course genomic companies that are working hard to advance new ideas and innovations that can impact the world in a positive way. The Center is also a resource for all types of local startup companies, offering services and workshops from a local SBDC, several veteran organizations, a SCORE branch and more.

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Butterfly Wonderland Becomes the First Butterfly Education Facility to Earn Certified Autism Center™ Designation

Press Release – updated: Jan 23, 2020 11:04 EST

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., January 23, 2020 (Newswire.com) – The International Board of Credentialing and Continued Education Standards (IBCCES) announced today that Butterfly Wonderland is the second attraction in Arizona—and first butterfly education facility—to become a Certified Autism Center™ (CAC). Sister attraction OdySea Aquarium was the first to become certified in Arizona in 2019.
The CAC designation, granted by IBCCES, means that visitors and families with children who have autism and other sensory sensitivities can enjoy the best possible experience that caters to their needs. To achieve the CAC accreditation, Butterfly Wonderland staff completed the critical training required by IBCCES to recognize the needs of guests on the spectrum and provide necessary facility options for this demographic.
“Butterfly Wonderland has always strived to be an accessible and accepting destination, as we know families with children on the autism spectrum find it challenging to find joyful, peaceful attractions to visit,” said Butterfly Wonderland’s Executive Director Dee Mangulins. “In developing our employees through these training programs, we can continue to ensure meaningful experiences for everyone who steps through our front doors. We look forward to engaging new audiences and enabling even more people to experience the fun, educational and enriching rainforest experience we provide at Butterfly Wonderland.”
Prior to the CAC certification, Butterfly Wonderland became PAL certified, hosted Family Autism events and, as a PAL Place, featured a special video on its website for families with children with sensory disabilities. This helpful video follows a child with autism and his family as they travel through each area of Butterfly Wonderland, showing others exactly what to expect on a visit. Guests with special needs are encouraged to request help at Butterfly Wonderland to make their visit more enjoyable. Today’s CAC certification solidifies Butterfly Wonderland’s commitment to making the facility as family-friendly as possible for everyone.   
For almost 20 years, IBCCES has been the leader in cognitive disorder training and certification for healthcare, education and corporate professionals around the globe. IBCCES recognized that many families with children who have special needs have limited travel and recreation options. In response to this need, IBCCES created training and certification programs specifically for the hospitality and travel industry. More families and individuals are seeking out destinations and organizations that have completed a certification program through an accredited source. IBCCES is the only credentialing organization providing this type of certification, which includes evidence-based information as well as the perspectives of individuals with autism, alongside other tools and resources such as on-site reviews and customized recommendations, as well as renewal requirements to ensure the program is a long-term commitment and has a lasting impact.
“IBCCES is excited to work with another unique experience to ensure all families and individuals have options,” said Myron Pincomb, IBCCES Board Chairman. “To see more organizations and attractions going above and beyond to make sure they are providing a welcoming environment for all guests is inspiring.”
IBCCES also created AutismTravel.com, a free online resource for families and individuals looking for travel and recreation options that lists certified destinations and travel professionals. Each destination listed on the site has met Certified Autism Center™ (CAC) requirements.
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MEDIA CONTACT:
Karin Korpowski-Gallo, Butterfly WonderlandPhone: (480) 219-8218Email: Kgallo@odyseainthedesert.com
Meredith Tekin, President IBCCESPhone: 904.508.0135 // 904.434.1534Email: meredith@ibcces.org
Source: IBCCES