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10 Questions Hospitals Should Ask Their Vendors
The learning curve for consumer text-messaging platforms often goes like this: Turn on the phone and start texting. Doctors and their organizations need HIPAA-compliant enterprise texting solutions that fit with their workflow. Ideally, the platforms also need to be easy to use. Here are the qualities to look for and the questions to ask when you're looking for a secure, reliable and efficient secure text messaging app.
Moving Beyond Text Messages
If you ask most hospital administrators and IT managers what keeps them up at night, they will mention concerns about security risks. Why? Because more than 42 percent of all data breaches are traced back to inadequate data access and security controls.
Technology Lets Staff Bring Patient Service Back
Wouldn't it be a wonderful thing - in this age of buzzwords like patient engagement and patient-centeredness - to be able to restore a bit of that human touch to your practice? You can, by relying on a surprising tool: technology. The idea that technology dehumanizes the clinical side of medicine is much-debated. But in front offices, technology clearly has the potential to do exactly the opposite, by enabling staff to provide much better service and offering more convenience.
Addressing the Need for Secure Workplace Communication
With more than 65 percent of working professionals in the United States sending and receiving an excess of two dozen text messages per day, outdated and tedious communication channels are quickly being replaced by faster, more efficient and secure ways of communicating. Regular text messaging is not HIPAA compliant, but has become a popular communication option outside of the healthcare industry.
Guide to HIPAA Compliant Text Messaging
The risks associated with sending Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) via unencrypted text messaging are significant, especially given the climate of rising enforcement of compliance with The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.

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