Soliant.cloud is a different approach to FileMaker hosting that makes sense. You are able to get a FileMaker Server up and running quickly without the guesswork involved in provisioning and configuring a server, and also planning network and security requirements that meets the needs of your custom application.
We wanted to provide an easy and cost effective hosting solution on a dedicated server that will better serve our clients. You benefit from our years of combined experience in configuring and optimizing FileMaker for hosting, and if you also have an ongoing consulting project, we can easily access and maintain your solution.
We offer a $350 Humanitarian discount off the initial setup fee for non-profits. Beyond that, we simply pass the AWS infrastructure costs through to you at no mark-up. See the Pricing Information page for typical estimated costs involved.
Take the first step by telling us a little bit about your application needs, complete the form today to receive a customized estimate, with no commitment necessary. If you are an existing client, just reach out to your existing project manager. After your review and approval, all we require is a signed hosting maintenance contract and a credit card on file for monthly charges.
There is no HIPAA certification for a cloud service provider (CSP) such as AWS. In order to meet the HIPAA requirements applicable to our operating model, AWS aligns our HIPAA risk management program with FedRAMP and NIST 800-53, which are higher security standards that map to the HIPAA Security Rule.
Our development team at Soliant has worked on a number of HIPAA and associated compliance applications. The ability to determine HIPAA compliance for a particular application is extraordinarily complex and must address not only the application but the policies and procedures within the environment in which it operates. Please contact us to discuss how Soliant can help you navigate the complexities of HIPAA.
An excellent resource for understanding the requirements pertaining to FileMaker and HIPAA, refer to the following document: https://www.filemaker.com/downloads/pdf/filemaker_and_hipaa.pdf which says…
At first glance, the scope of Part 11 is fairly simple. The regulations merely establish the criteria under which electronic records and electronic signatures are considered by the FDA to be legal equivalents to paper records and handwritten signatures. Part 11 applies to electronic records that are created, modified, maintained, archived, retrieved, or transmitted under any FDA records requirement. Part 11 also applies to electronic records submitted to the FDA under the requirements of the Public Health Service Act and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
To ensure that a signer cannot reject their electronic records or signatures as invalid, procedures and controls must be in place to ensure authenticity, integrity, and, in some cases, confidentiality. To ensure the legitimacy of electronic records and signatures, systems must be validated to ensure accuracy, reliability, consistency of intended performance, and ability to discern invalid or altered records.