• Set up your Virtual Front Desk
• Patients prefer Secure-Mail for continuity of care
• Your Virtual Care system must be privacy compliant
• Over 4 decades of privacy expertise
• Health Technology Commercialization Hub
• Launch with privacy compliance
When you offer patients the option to connect through secure messaging, patient outcomes improve because attachment, engagement, and treatment adherence all increase. Continuity also strengthens, and the use of walk-in clinics, ERs, and online virtual care services is reduced.
Clinics using Secure-Mail increase average daily visits and focus clinician time on the most impactful interactions. Many patients are more likely to seek out care when clinics add the convenience of secure messaging to the ways they communicate.
Answer seven yes or no questions to learn where and how patient privacy is at risk in your clinic, and strengthen your Privacy Breach Prevention Plan.take my privacy breach risk assessment
Use secure email to run your Virtual Front Desk to streamline how you manage patients requests, and conduct Virtual Care. Plus: block ransomware, save wasted time, strengthen relationships, and streamline care coordination with other clinics.
Get the efficiency of email with all the security of a face to face meeting. Request a free account to communicate with patients, maintain social separation, and ensure continuity of care.
Privacy compliance is good for business. Following compliant practices mitigates the risks posed by cyber threats and privacy breaches which must be reported. We can help with your Privacy Impact Assessment, PIPEDA compliance, and ensure you’re operating in compliance with HIPAA.
Privacy breaches happen in healthcare every day.
Statistics show your clinic has a 25% chance of suffering a cyber attack in the next 2.5 years. Since privacy breach reporting became law, the province of Alberta has received dozens of breach reports every week. Healthcare is the only industry in which breaches from the inside outnumber breaches from the outside, usually a training issue.
When your healthcare clinic follows the best practices laid out in the privacy compliance regulations, and policies and procedures established in your Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA), you build a strong defense against the threat of a privacy breach.
Compliance is an ongoing effort in your clinic. Regulations change with the landscape. New ransomware and phishing attacks are unleashed every day. As your clinic evolves, so must your policies and procedures, and all your staff should receive regular privacy compliance training to help them identify and combat any threat to clinic security.