Tag: HIPAA

February 21, 2017 | by OnPage

One of Boston’s Finest Hospitals Takes in OnPage

Boston is known world-wide for the high quality of medical care its hospitals deliver to patients from Boston as well as those coming in for treatment from abroad. The following case study details the specific alerting and paging needs of the doctors in the internal medicine department at one of these hospitals. This hospital has … Continued

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February 21, 2017 | by OnPage

OnPage Supports Veterans In PTSD Study

We at OnPage got an interesting request for Sara Carter a 5th year PhD in the clinical psychology program at George Mason. Her focus of study is on PTSD, stress, suicide, military couples and social support. Given the importance of Sarah’s subject matter and the critical need for better mental health services in the Army, OnPage gave … Continued

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January 19, 2017 | by OnPage

How to improve healthcare BYOD and HIPAA compliance

Ensuring effective and secure communication in the age of healthcare BYOD Healthcare organizations are experiencing a significant rise in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). In fact, Becker Hospital Review research says that 85% of healthcare workers bring their own devices to work. Yet along with this rise in BYOD comes an increased vulnerability to being hacked. … Continued

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November 16, 2016 | by OnPage

A Tale of HIPAA Compliance

How a physician’s request violated HIPAA Compliance Earlier this week we received an interesting request from one of our customers. The customer is a physician who faced the following issue in the OR: I am a physician who finds it inconvenient to constantly have to give the room circulator my pin number to see a … Continued

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September 15, 2016 | by OnPage

OnPage app helps prevent HIPAA violations and ransomware attacks

OnPage helps thwarts HIPAA violations Avoiding HIPAA violations and combating potential ransomware attacks are top of mind for many healthcare institutions. In theory, avoiding HIPAA violations should be straight forward as HIPAA requirements are very specific in what they do and don’t allow hospitals to do during communications with their staff physicians. HIPAA legislation clearly prohibits the use … Continued

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August 24, 2016 | by OnPage

Why Pagers Suck!

HIPAA Violations are only the beginning If you’re a healthcare professional you probably use pagers to communicate with your office and with others in your practice. But did you know that using a pager could cost your office $650K for a HIPAA violation? That seems like a lot of money to spend for the liberty … Continued

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March 30, 2016 | by OnPage

Healthcare Communication Solutions

OnPage has been Named One of the 10 Most Promising Healthcare Communication Solution Providers 2016 OnPage Corporation Recognized Among Top 10 Healthcare Communication Solution Providers 2016 by Healthcare Tech Outlook. OnPage Corporation, a worldwide leader in Secure Priority Messaging for Medical and IT, joins an elite number of companies that have earned a spot on … Continued

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March 24, 2016 | by OnPage

OnPage Priority Messaging

OnPage Secure, Priority Messaging An Interview with Judit Sharon, OnPage CEO 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 … Continued

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December 29, 2015 | by OnPage

OnPage – Privacy & Security: HIPAA Compliance

Best Practices For HIPAA Compliance & HIPAA Privacy Article Courtesy of:  Forbes Industries such as healthcare and financial services are special targets for data breaches and cyber criminals because, as bank robber Willie Sutton said, “that’s where the money is.” Every week, we read another story about cybersecurity breaches. The growing use of social media … Continued

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December 23, 2015 | by OnPage

OnPage: Wearables, BYOD & HIPAA

Wearables take Security Concerns to a ‘different level’ Article Courtesy of:  Fierce Mobile Healthcare Consumer fitness devices and company-sponsored wellness programs that use them pose a “whole different level of security and privacy concern,” Stephen Cobb, senior security researcher at ESET, tells HealthcareInfoSecurity.com. “A lot of the data is fairly benign, but the architecture within … Continued

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