Is your medical practice in need of HIPAA compliant security for your office printers? Some technology services providers advertise their products are HIPAA compliant when really, they aren’t. As you probably already know, HIPAA isn’t defined by technology, but by the policies and procedures that secure a patient’s Protected Health Information (PHI). If you want to know the HIPAA compliance laws, check out this page at the HIPAA Journal. For your office technology devices to comply with HIPAA, you must ensure PHI confidentiality. Meaning, any and all patient information is only available to authorized users who have the authority to view, change, print, or send any patient records.