HIPAA compliant has been achieved with Azure Red Hat OpenShift.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift, Because it is responsible for keeping you alive, the healthcare business is possibly the most important industry you will ever engage with. Keeping all of that information about you, on the other hand, necessitates that healthcare providers adhere to tight guidelines for how and where information can be stored and distributed. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 established principles and rules for the transportation of patient data, and as a result, software developers working in and with this business must negotiate a new world of HIPAA compliance.
Azure RedHat OpenShift on Microsoft Azure for the US Government was introduced as a public preview last month. Red Hat OpenShift on Microsoft Azure for the United States. Government delivers the industry’s premier enterprise Kubernetes platform as a jointly managed and supported cloud service, bringing the innovation of RedHat OpenShift and the scale of Azure to government agencies on a dedicated cloud.
completing the task
I’m thrilled to report that Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now HIPAA compliant in the public cloud, as part of our ongoing efforts to fulfill our customers’ security and compliance demands. Customers who are obligated to preserve patient privacy and medical data, notably those in the healthcare industry, such as healthcare providers, healthcare insurance companies, and organizations linked with HIPAA-covered institutions, can use the service because of this compliance.
Visit the Azure Compliance page for more information on HIPAA in Azure.
A complete list of Azure RedHat OpenShift compliance offerings may be found here.
This is the relevant URL for attestation of compliance (page 66 of the report lists the ARO compliance offerings).
An excerpt from the above-mentioned document follows.