PCI Compliance

PCI  Compliance

The First Step in Safe and Secure Payment Processing

What it Means

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards is a set of policies and procedures that must be adhered to by any business accepting credit or debit cards for payment.  Designed to ensure uniform protection of cardholder data, PCI DSS governs a variety of areas in which to safeguard data, including:

  • Your office or practice location

  • All computers, including laptops and mobile devices

  • Employee training and access

  • Documented policies

  • Security services

While PCI DSS sets a baseline for security, it is not a one-stop solution.   Rather, security assurance an on-going process that can require annual, or even quarterly, testing and reporting.

Why it Matters

Many payment processors assess heavy fines or penalties to business customers that fail to prove that they meet PCI standards on a regular and ongoing basis.  If you haven’t paid careful attention to your credit card statement, you may already be paying these fees without even realizing it.

PCI compliance is not just a financial matter, however.  Demonstrating your compliance is an important way to show your patients that you care about the security of their personal information, and do everything in your power to protect it.

PCI compliance can also be an important first step in preparing for compliance with healthcare industry regulations such as HIPAA and SOX.

What We Can Do

Rectangle Health is your expert in the payments arena.  We stay on top of policy, and work diligently to support you through the often arduous and time-consuming compliance process.  With Rectangle Health, your POS systems will be safe from tampering; antivirus software and firewalls will be properly configured and installed; and system weaknesses will be detected.

  • Credit card numbers are not visible during the transaction

  • No data is stored on your computers or servers

  • Transactions meet compliance regulations, thereby removing your liability for any fraud that might occur

  • No quarterly scans or assessments are required

  • Card-on-file data is stored in a secure, encrypted vault

  • Significant back-up systems ensure on-going access to secure data

What You Should Do

Becoming and staying PCI compliant will help you stay compliant with HIPAA and SOX, avoid fines and penalties, and protect yourself from liability should fraud occur.  Ask Rectangle Health to assure your complete compliance today.

Rectangle Health Guarantee

If you don’t see a dramatic reduction in accounts receivable balance after a few months of instituting our full program, we’ll take the entire system back at no charge to you.
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