Is Ambiki HIPAA Compliant? And Does It Offer a BAA?

Yes! Ambiki is HIPAA compliant and offers a BAA.

The BAA covers you when you begin a trial or purchase a subscription.  
From the link, I just shared: "This Agreement (“Agreement”) is made and entered into at the date and time you begin an Ambiki trial subscription or purchase a subscription and is between you (“Covered Entity”) and SF AMBI, LLC d/b/a Ambitious Idea Labs with its principal place of business at 251 Little Falls Drive, Wilmington, DE 19808 (“Business Associate”), (individually, a “Party” and collectively, the “Parties”)." 
Ambiki’s teletherapy platform was built specifically for SLPs, OTs, and PTs to enable a safe, fun, and HIPAA-compliant session. 
Ambiki’s teletherapy platform was developed and built alongside SLPs, OTs, and PTs. One of its many unique features is that it puts the therapist in total control of the patient's screen and layout to help you keep them engaged (show/hide their video, show/hide timers, chat, and more). 

Ambiki’s secure HIPAA-compliant teletherapy rooms are optimal for both individual and group sessions. 

 Ambiki’s Safe Oasis™ feature de-identifies participants from one another in a group setting to maintain HIPAA compliance. Ambiki's Safe Oasis™ De-Identified Group Therapy provides patients & therapists with enhanced privacy - patients, by default, will only see the therapist and not each other. The therapist will be able to see all participants continuously. Patients can hear each other and interact together during therapy activities with drawing and stamping tools. However, patients in the group session are De-Identified by replacing their video stream with an animal avatar. If a patient wishes to be seen by others, the patient (over 18) or their guardians must 'enable group video.' 

Emergency Brake allows you to quickly stop a patient’s video and audio with just a click if your client turns the camera towards their siblings, friends, or the restroom area during a session. 
Observer mode allows therapists, parents, and supervisors to sit in on sessions as a silent or ‘ghost’ observer, unseen by other patients. If other participants do not want to be visualized, they will also be covered by animal avatars (with voices) for the supervisor/observer. 
As an example of our commitment to HIPAA, this FAQ discusses many teletherapy features we designed that prioritize privacy. 
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.