Patient Privacy and HIPAA

  • Providing information or technical support for our products
  • Interacting with other members of the health care provider team regarding a particular patient’s diagnosis and treatment
  • Receiving questions and suggestions about our products and services from patients, nurses, physicians, and other health care providers
  • Enrolling patients in clinical trials we sponsor
  • Collecting information as required by the FDA and other governmental authorities relating to the quality, safety, and efficacy of our devices
  • Collecting, analyzing, and re-analyzing our data in a continuous effort to improve the design, quality, and function of our devices

We have provided training materials on HIPAA to our sales and marketing teams and expect our employees to respect each customer's explicit and implicit instructions regarding incidental exposure to protected health information while visiting that customer's site.

         For more information, please contact us.

We understand that most of our U.S. customers are “Covered Entities” under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability

Act (“HIPAA”) privacy and security regulations. As HIPAA Covered Entities, our customers are legally obligated to maintain the

privacy of all patient information that they create or receive.

While EndoShape is not a HIPAA Covered Entity, we recognize the impact that HIPAA privacy and security regulations have on our customers. We remain committed to interacting with our customers and their patients as responsible professionals who are

dedicated to maintaining the privacy of information that we receive on the job, consistent with applicable law and regulations.

To perform our jobs, EndoShape employees may create, develop, or receive information about patients' experiences with our

medical devices in a variety of situations, including:​