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HIPAA Compliant Email is Available by HealthCollaborate™ for Health Care HIPAA Email Compliance Needs

April 9, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  PRWEB

Health Business Intelligence Corp, Health BI, announces the availability of the most comprehensive secure messaging platform for health care.

Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) April 09, 2012 – Health Business Intelligence Corp, Health BI, today announced the availability of its next generation secure messaging platform for health care. HealthCollaborate™ secure messaging solution is developed to become health care organizations’ secure online and mobile communication platform. HealthCollaborate™ provides health care organizations with any or all of the below features:

-Secure Email

-SecureSMS

-Interactive Voice Response

-Secure Mobile Messaging Application

” Health information data breaches are increasing in number and magnitude. To protect Patient Health Information, HIPAA prohibits unsecure transmission of PHI over the internet. Yet, many healthcare organizations send and receive messages containing patient information via email, SMS, social media or forums. The main problem is that most healthcare organizations simply have no control over how their staff sends and receives patient data. Additionally, majority of healthcare providers have no access to a secure platform that facilitates online communication among healthcare providers and patients,” says Mack Baniameri the CEO of Health BI.

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