Healthcare organizations are adopting mobile technologies in place of old legacy systems for faster, better communication. With each technological advancement however comes new risks and vulnerabilities within the healthcare sector. As hospitals and clinics try to replace pagers and paper files, there are many security obstacles standing in the way of effective mobility. What they want is to serve patients faster by sharing confidential information on-the-go with mobile medical devices, but to do so they need these devices to be secure.
The vital question that healthcare organizations must ask before deploying new digital ...
Today Lua, the leading mobile-first enterprise communication solution, along with partner Sengex, the integrator of mobile cyber and data security for government agencies, announced Lua’s availability on the Sengex platform through the GSAAdvantage Schedule 70 contract.
The GSA (US General Services Administration) establishes long-term government contracts with commercial firms to provide access to millions of commercial products and services at volume discount ...
Mobile messaging tools in hospitals and clinics are beneficial for two reasons: (1) improved hospital efficiency and (2) better patient care. But the industry shouldn't forget about the effects this mobile technology has on the relationships that exist within a health organization--be it patient-to-doctor or doctor-to-doctor.
The ONC's Meaningful Use regulations help to monitor EHR technologies in healthcare. These regulations ultimately improve the quality of patient care, maintain private information, and improve care coordination. For professionals and hospitals, Meaningful Use compliance means the improvement of clinical outcomes and increased transparency across electronic health systems.
Now announcing Audio Messages! If the modern employee wants to speak with a coworker about something that is best explained in person or over the phone, they are left with a few options. You can call back later, leave a voicemail that may never get heard, or send them a text message letting them know you need to talk. Well now with Lua there is a more efficient, productive option: just send them an Audio Message within the Lua app.
In continuation of our two-part series on the HIPAA Fact Sheets released in early February 2016, we'll be discussing the "Permitted Uses and Disclosures: Exchange for Treatment."