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GeBBS Healthcare Solutions

"Almost all our employees have the mobile app and use it everyday!"

Nitin Thakor | CEO of GeBBS Healthcare Solutions

Keeping healthcare data safe and secure with Openpath

Reporting made easy

Part of being HIPAA compliant requires tracking who is coming in and out of the office. With Openpath’s built in reporting, they can run reports instantly.

Guest passes

Guest passes make managing visitors seamless. Now they can easily grant temporary access via email or text to vendors or contractors.

Cloud-based system

Openpath’s cloud-based system lets them manage their system anywhere. They are now able to manage their system remotely via the web portal, and no longer need to physically be in the office to let someone in.

Enhanced security and compliance

Protecting access to healthcare data with Openpath

GeBBS Healthcare Solutions needed a way to secure their office, meet compliance requirements, and ensure their open and transparent values were reflected in their working space.

Challenge: Data privacy

GeBBS handles a lot of private healthcare data, so it was very important for them to find an access control solution that was compliant with HIPAA standards. GeBBS has offices internationally so they would have both visitors and employees coming in and out of their Culver City headquarters, and wanted to find a solution that would allow them the flexibility to grant temporary access to visitors while also keeping record of who is entering the office.

Solution: Compliant access control

Openpath was designed with security in mind, and it was important for us to remain compliant with all security requirements, including HIPAA (See all our security compliance and certifications here). GeBBs was also able to leverage Openpath’s guest pass feature to grant temporary access to visitors that is activated simply by clicking on a link from text and managed from a single pane of glass. They no longer needed to deal with having extra key cards laying around, and trying to retrieve them back from visitors.