Organization Information:

IDX Systems Corporation
40 IDX Drive
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Phone: (847) 277-1022
Fax: (847) 277-6097
Contact Information:

Contact Office: GE Healthcare
Contact Name: Ericka Watson, Privacy & Security Manager
Phone: (847) 277-4214 Fax: (847) 277-6097 Email:

Corporate Officer Information:

Corporate Officer: Brian Ellis, Chief Privacy Officer
Phone: +44 (0)207 121 5202 Fax: +44 (0)207 121 5220 Email:

Safe Harbor Information:

Signed up to safe harbor 11/11/2005 09:57:27 AM
Next certification 11/11/2008
EU/EEA Countries From Which Personal Information Is Received: United Kingdom
Industry Sector: Computer Software - (CSF) Computer Services - (CSV) Computer & Peripherals - (CPT)
Personal Information Received From the EU: Personal identifiable patient information may be received from the EU from Legacy IDX clients for the purpose of meeting their service/support needs, attending to help-desk quiries and providing technical support and bus-fixing problems; technical support: personal identifiable patient information may be received from the EU for purposes of providing technical support to Legacy IDX software products. The personal data would include patient records held in the software product for clinical systems.
Privacy Policy Effective: April 21, 2005
Regulated by: Federal Trade Commission
Privacy Programs: IDX maintains a privacy policy program in support of its official policies.
Verification: In-house
Dispute Resolution: Customers are informed of our in-house process for handling complaints and are informed of the DPA panel through which they may pursue complaints. We have policy and procedures in place to enforce the training of employees for handling of customer data, disciiplinary actions, and to periodically conduct objective reviews of compliance.
IDX will commit to cooperate with the DPAs and elects to satisfy the requirements in points (a) and (c) of the Safe Harbor Enforcement Principle. This will involve cooperation with the DPAs in the investigation and resolution of complaints brought under the safe harbor; and complying with any advice given by the DPAs where the DPAs take the view that the organisation needs to take specific action to comply with the Safe Harbor Priniciples, including remedial or compensatory measures for the benefit of individuals affected by any non-compliance with the Principles, and will provide the DPAs with written confirmation that such action has been taken.
Personal Data Covered: off-line, on-line and manually processed
Human Resource Data Covered: Yes

Do you agree to cooperate and comply with the European Data Protection Authorities? Yes

Certification Status: Not Current
Compliance Status:

Safe Harbor Overview | Safe Harbor Documents | Workbook | Safe Harbor List
Information Required for Certification | Certification Form