February 9th, 2021

Securely Sending COVID-19 and Other Test Results to Patients

Securely Sending COVID-19 and Other Test Results via Email or Text The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear just how important it is to have secure, quick, and effective methods for sending test results to patients. A faster response may help to limit further exposures, because those with positive results may be even more likely […]

February 2nd, 2021

How do you drive meaningful patient engagement?

Not only is patient engagement critical to the well-being of your patients, but it’s also a key driver in the long term success of your organization. If you have been neglecting this important component of healthcare and business, it’s time to reexamine your approach. But before you jump in too deeply, you also need to […]

January 26th, 2021

What End-to-End Encryption Really Means

As security and privacy become more prominent in the news, you’re probably starting to hear the term end-to-end encryption a lot. But what does it actually mean? You may have a rough idea that it protects your data, but many people are vague on the specifics. However, it’s the details of end-to-end encryption that are […]

January 19th, 2021

How to Achieve Better Open & Click Rates Without Compromising Data Security

Want to improve your email open and click rates, but scared you might end up compromising data or personal information?  It’s a common fear, but in our world of constant cybersecurity incidents, it should probably get even more attention than it does. If your organization falls under the HIPAA regulatory framework, you need to have […]

January 12th, 2021

How Strong Data Security Can Be a Competitive Advantage for Your Organization

In the past, your organization may not have put a lot of thought into data security. In the paper-based world, or even the early days of digitizing everything, there didn’t seem to be as much of a need to keep all of your information locked down. But now that everything is electronic, large databases of […]

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