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Five Things to Consider When Selecting a Secure Messaging Platform

As more and more healthcare organizations move towards utilizing their professionals’ own personal digital devices as part of their duties, one question that healthcare administrators will have to face is how to choose the right secure messaging platform. This is no small decision: choosing an incompatible or insufficient platform can be costly, both to the organization and to the clients.

In order to help make this important decision a little easier, here are five questions for administrators to consider when selecting a secure messaging platform.

Using a Secure Messaging App as Part of a Disaster Recovery Plan

It might be an extreme weather event-- a hurricane, a forest fire, a tornado. Maybe it’s an act of terror, or maybe it’s a failure of aspect of the infrastructure. Regardless of the cause, a disaster situation requires a calm, premeditated recovery plan in order to minimize damage and casualties. Recent events in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and Las Vegas show just how chaotic the immediate aftermath of a disaster can be and just how essential it is to have a sound recovery plan in place.

miSecureMessages Adds New Functionality with New Server Version 6.5

McFarland, WI – Amtelco’s 1Call Division is pleased to announce the release of miSecureMessages Server Version 6.5, with enhancements for both users and administrators.

User Features

  • Easier Registration – App users will appreciate a faster registration process, helping them quickly get started using miSecureMessages
  • Quick Phrases – different groups of users can now have unique Quick Phrases (formerly called Canned Responses)
  • Improved Performance – users will notice speed and performance improvements


Administrative Features

HIPAA Audits: Are You Prepared? (Part 2)

How can I protect my organization?

It’s more important than ever to ensure that your organization is using or providing secure, encrypted tools when communicating about patients. Under the HITECH Act of 2009 requirements, which supplemented the HIPAA security guidelines, ePHI handled by both Covered Entities as well as their Business Associates must be transmitted, stored and accessed securely, as well as protected from reasonable threats and unauthorized access.

 What is encryption?