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Make a BAA available to individual professional users.

Make a BAA available to individual professional users.

New member | Level 2

Why not add a BAA option to the individual professional plan?  From multiple online discussions, I know I am not the only solo practitioner who wants a HIPAA compliant app to take psychotherapy notes by hand during sessions (on an ipad or other tablet).  Your only option is Dropbox business, but I would be the only user, and I am already paying a monthly fee for my medical records software (not to mention a secure faxing app)  - I balk at an additional fee that is almost as much. As a very small business, I just cannot justify that cost.  My G Suites for business is less than 10.00 per month and supports a BAA, but I don't love the interface of Google Keep, and would prefer Dropbox paper. 

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Dropboxer

Hi @Georgeanna; thanks for using Paper!

 

This idea is going to need a bit more support before we can share your suggestion with the team so I’ve updated the status to encourage more users to back you up!

 

See you around the Community! 

Status changed to: Needs more votes
New member | Level 2

Hello, Please add HIPAA compliance to the Professional Individual plan.  There are thousands of us individual owned companies who would like to have it.  Thank you, Michael

 

New member | Level 2

Currently, only a team of users can sign a BAA with dropbox; This option is way too expensive and impractical for private practitioners seeking HIPAA compliance for their own individual private practice. Allowing individual (single) users to sign a BAA for HIPAA compliance (without requiring them to be a part of a team) would allow Dropbox to tap into a largely untapped market with few competitors and very high demand. I know of MANY private practitioners who wouuld sign up for this option if it was available for individuals rather than just teams. Dropbox is missing out on a huge market opportunity by continuing to ignore this need. 

New member | Level 2
I don't see where hipaa compliance storage is open to plus users. Many of us work as solo practitioners and would pay more for our ability to store our documents in a hipaa compliant company.
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