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Five Reasons To Overhauling Your Communications System to Improve Patient Care
Many practices find themselves overhauling existing systems in favor of a stronger, more protected solution as demand continues to grow for secure communications on a variety of devices. Are you one of these practices? Here are five reasons why overhauling your communications system in favor of a new secure messaging platform might be the way to go.
Four Ways Providers Must Address Mobile Health Security with BYOD
With an increasing number of physician practices allowing the use of personal mobile devices, the need for effective Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies and improved data security is more important than ever before.
Overhaul Your Communications System
No matter what you decide, it's important to engage the entire hospital in the secure communications system conversation because it's something that affects your organization enterprise-wide. Without buy-in across the hospital, a new secure messaging or communications system can create more problems than solutions it was designed to solve.
5 Ways to HIPAA-Compliant Secure Texting-Receive a $5 Starbucks Card Upon Completion of the Form
It's no secret that hospital employees continuously communicate inherently sensitive information, like patient prescriptions, medical information, lab results, etc., yet many of their employers don't have the proper security infrastructure in place to adhere to HIPAA or other regulatory requirements. Read this paper for 5 ways to ensure HIPAA-Compliant texting.
How to Stop Making Patients Pay the Price for Poor Communications
While science, medicine, and technology have become more sophisticated over time, communications remain an obstacle in pursuit of the best possible patient care. Frequent problems involve competing messages, errors in delivering the message to the person able to act on it, a lack of common communication platforms and procedures, and a host of other challenges that lead to inefficient care as well as gaps in understanding. Here we discuss possible ways to mitigate them in the near term

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