Austin | April 23, 2024 – WeInfuse, a leading infusion software company, proudly announces its achievement of SOC 2 Type 1 certification. This achievement is another significant step in the WeInfuse journey to deliver innovative and secure solutions to healthcare providers nationwide.

The SOC 2 (System and Organization Controls) Type 1 certification validates that WeInfuse has established and implemented rigorous security controls and procedures to safeguard client data in accordance with the arduous SOC 2 Trust Service Criteria for security, availability, and confidentiality. This certification provides assurance to WeInfuse’s clients that their data is managed in accordance with industry best practices and regulatory requirements.      

“We are thrilled to announce our successful attainment of SOC 2 Type 1 certification,” said Bryan Johnson, CEO of WeInfuse. “This milestone reflects our ongoing commitment to ensuring the security and privacy of our clients’ data. By achieving this certification, we reaffirm our dedication to upholding the highest standards of data protection and compliance.”

To learn more about WeInfuse’s commitment to data privacy and security, visit For more information about WeInfuse and its infusion provider and pharmacy software, visit

About WeInfuse

Welnfuse is the premier technology and consulting provider for infusion therapy and medication delivery in the U.S., powering over 850 infusion centers across the country. Backed by decades of experience, Welnfuse consulting and technology services guide clients through the dynamic infusion landscape.

Welnfuse’s software platform now includes a complete home infusion and specialty pharmacy workflow. Welnfuse software helps organizations operate efficiently, maximize profitability, decrease burnout, and improve clinical outcomes. Its powerful, intuitive features for infusion workflows and a robust reporting and analytics engine help take the confusion out of infusion. To learn more, visit

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