I have a client who uses a specialized email service provider for HIPAA compliant email, but no, I don't have experience with "HIPAA-compliant website hosting" per se.
We have, however, built a HIPAA-compliant patient referral system for one client. In that case, we used a third party that...
At one of my clients, the CEO instructed my counterpart (their Chief Strategy Officer) to register a domain name with their toll-free number, like this:
...except that their toll-free number is different from those numbers.
They don't especially promote themselves nor brand...
There is a national company that does business through local franchisees. The national company sets up GMB listings for them using a primary category that is misleading. Those franchisees do not provide the service that is being used for that primary category, they do something else.
It's definitely "law" in the USA. Just ask Domino's pizza and the many other companies that have been successfully sued over this.
Accessibility and Privacy concerns are probably the two biggest legal threats faced by most website owners (and, probably, website builders).
Hi @KevinDoory -
I am not having that problem. I spot-checked a few of my listings after reading your post, and I cannot reproduce the issue.
Are you seeing this issue with all locations for which you are a user, or just one or just a few?
The "address" field on the redressal form is asking for the Google Maps URL for the phony or spammy listing. You can find that URL by using one of a number of chrome extensions which will provide that information while you are viewing the Maps listing. The extension I use most of the time for...