SJH Cardiology Associates Chooses OnPage
OnPage: For Dependable HIPAA Compliant Communication
OnPage announced today that SJH Cardiology Associates selected OnPage for dependable HIPAA compliant communication and encrypted messaging among their MDs and Staff, across a variety of smartphones. OnPage provides SJH with reliable and secure communication that protects patient information, and automatically notifies the sender when the message was delivered and when it was actually read.
Located in Central New York, SJH Cardiology Associates specializes in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular disease. SJH Cardiology Associates provides the highest quality of care to their patient population, implementing the most advanced methods of Early Detection, Clinical Management, Prevention, Education, and Rehabilitation of the cardiovascular disease process. Now, with OnPage Priority Messaging, they will also make use of the latest communication technology to ensure that their MDs and Staff are always informed and immediately reachable in emergency situations.
A key factor in SJH’s decision to select OnPage was the ability to have HIPAA Compliant messaging on a variety of smartphone platforms. The OnPage application works on iPhone (all iOS), Blackberry and Android devices, making the switch from pagers to OnPage an easy one.
“OnPage is the perfect tool for medical personnel wishing to send secure and dependable messages via cell phones. So far, both physicians and staff are thrilled with the reliability, ease and ability to keep track of messages for any given length of time. The staff at OnPage has been both courteous and helpful, and the cost is fair. 10 out of 10.” Barbara D. Capriotti, Office Manager at SJH Cardiology Associates
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