mobileStorm, a Los Angeles, California-based provider of e-mail and mobile messaging solutions, announced the release of a new guide that presents a detailed guidance for making healthcare mobile.
The new guide titled, "Making Healthcare Mobile" explains how healthcare can be extended into the mobile realm through a detailed, step-by-step lessons.
mobileStorm, according to company officials, is the first technology company to launch a fully HIPAA compliant mobile messaging platform that can be incorporated into any smart phone app.
Introduced in May the “mobileStorm for Healthcare” is a secure mobile messaging platform that allows HIPAA-compliant transmission of Protected Health Information (PHI) to members and patients via mobile devices and smart phones.
Through this information guide, the company explains how virtually any organization can mobile-enable their IT systems.
Important topics covered in this guide include the history of healthcare's evolution into mobile, industry rules and regulations, best practices, secure messaging solutions, project overviews, a step-by-step guide to rolling out a program and much more.
The guide is available free of cost at www.mobilestorm.com/pr-healthcare-guide.
"As we get further along in our goals of helping our clients save money and keep their members healthy, we are discovering that many organizations have a similar set of questions, concerns and apprehensions with regards to recent industry trends, regulations and capabilities." said Jared Reitzin, founder and CEO of mobileStorm, in a statement.
The company emphasizes that the guide is not a sales pitch for their platform, but is a learning resource for any organization wanting to mobile-enable their system. It can be used by virtually any organization working in the healthcare industry today.
“It's easy enough to understand that it could be used as a refresher on industry trends, but detailed enough to use as a launching point for an enterprise wide rollout," Reitzin added.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf