Company Profile
Doctors & HIPAA
Small Office

PRVNAS offers RDM to medical providers who require HIPAA compliancy.





Our clients never even think about having to say “Gee, if I had only….”


PRVNAS offers a HIPAA Secure RDM package at $200 per month, (that’s about a lunch a day,)  including   

  • Full HIPAA compliant encryption to help you meet your HIPAA certification
  • Rapid 2 day install after you sign our agreements
  • Fully automated file transfers to PRVNAS
  • Software installation and training on your equipment if you need it
  • The fact that we’ve never had a file restoration failure  
  • NO setup fees, transfer fees or varying storage fees for up to 50 gigabytes
  • Retention of your data for 2 months  (our competitors offer 1)            
  • 24/7 access to your data  
  • Click here to link to our Service Attachment for the details.

NOTE: Many billing and patient databases used in the medical industry require a full backup.  Incremental backups won't work in many cases.  Do not be misled on this extremely important point.  The amount of backup data this generates can overwhelm       many backup providers.

Call us at 678.560.2505 or

email our Sales Dept sales@prvnas.com

What do PRVNAS’ clients have to have?

       1. An Internet connection with more “pipeline” than a dial-up line.  DSL, T1, cable modem, or ISDN.

2. File compression, encryption, and transmission scheduling software.

PRVNAS has state of the art equipment and software partners in the industry.  Should you need it, we can get it for you.  PRVNAS will determine your needs when we visit your office.   

Additionally, should you desire, we’re working on finding our HIPAA consulting partners who will meet our high standards and passion for world-class customer service.  They will provide in-office reviews, forms design, medical management software, training and the like to assist you in being compliant and efficient, now and in the future.  Contact us for the latest news.  

A Survey’s Results…..   the top reasons given for backing up data are

  1. Being ABLE to recover from a disaster

  2. SAVING your sanity, your time, your digital patient history, your practice, and yes, money too,and sleeping like a baby, worry-free about your data’s safety

  3. Extra reliability

Protecting your livelihood and your investments in time and data

Why do we put our data in fate's hands each day?

One big reason is that it just costs too much to protect the data.  When it comes right down to it, though, protecting your valuable computer data is easy, quick and inexpensive, especially when compared to the costs of lost data.  These costs will vary depending on whether you’re protecting just one PC or an entire network; a single workstation versus a far-flung, diverse, or remote workforce.

Consider the costs of restoring critical information after data loss.  Estimates of the cost of downtime range from $5,000 to over $1 million per hour, according to Datamation information services.  The typical manufacturing operation, for example, has downtime costs of $28,000 per hour.  The estimated average across industries is $82,000 per hour.  Other cost estimates from Certance include:

  • $50,000 per million bytes to re-create data
  • $18,000 per hour in downtime costs for PC Local Area Networks
  • $75,000 per hour in downtime costs for Unix networks


OK, so not every business is a giant….

For a single PC or a smaller network, the dollar costs are not as extravagant, but are even more costly from psychological and emotional viewpoints.  These days computers are a part of every day life, filled with memories, things we need to know, from people we love to our financial lives.  How many digital pictures of the grandkids or the smile of a recent graduate could be replaced?  Your past year’s billings?  Income tax documents?

These PCs also have higher costs associated with a data disaster because they are vital to producing the income stream.  It can be deadly when the revenue stream dries up, even for only a day.  According to a report from the University of Wisconsin, of the companies that lose their data in a disaster, most of which are small companies:

  • 29% are out of business within two years...
  • Nearly 43% never reopen their doors at all after the disaster!












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