Tag: HIPAA Compliant Messaging

July 6, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

OnPage Report: HIPAA compliant messaging

It took several years after the passage of HIPAA for institutions to realize that the exchange of PHI through devices like pagers represents a HIPAA violation like any other unsecure exchange. Healthcare now realizes that pagers not only put institutions in the position of potentially violating HIPAA statutes, pagers also impede effective communications, lengthen hospital … Continued

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March 31, 2016 | by Orlee Berlove

OnPage Healthcare Technology

OnPage Healthcare Technology Solutions A secure, prioritized messaging solution that eliminates the need to carry a traditional pager. It is the middle of the night and the ER of a large hospital in Pennsylvania is witnessing record activity. A patient, in need of critical cardiac care, lies amid bustling nurses staring into the thunderstorm ripping through the … Continued

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October 28, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

Ways Mobile Technology Can Enhance Nurse Communications

Nurses: The First Practitioners of mHealth Legions of caring nurses were probably the first practitioners of mobile health (mHealth), starting in the last century — the pre-smartphone era. Nurses often carried “beepers” or what is now considered antiquated pagers. Ways Mobile Technology Can Enhance Nurse Communications Today, there are many ways mobile technology can enhance … Continued

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