Mailchimp provides security measures to reduce the risk of unauthorized access, including physical security controls and encryption. Since encryption is built into the service, it may meet certain HIPAA compliance regulations, but using Mailchimp doesn’t guarantee that all HIPAA compliance standards will be met.
According to Mailchimp’s terms and conditions, customers are responsible for ensuring they comply with regulations like HIPAA.
Uploading patient information to a Mailchimp email list likely constitutes a disclosure of Patient Health Information (PHI).
Mailchimp is a marketing platform used to promote businesses through emails, websites, and more.
This web page was updated on September 28, 2022.
Readers should perform their own research before making the final decision. The information on the Jotform HIPAA Compliance Checker does not constitute official healthcare or legal advice. Jotform is not liable for any damage or liabilities arising out of or connected in any manner with this platform.