Why is HIPAA Video Conferencing So Important?
We live in an age where an increasing amount of patient data is stored and transmitted on digital systems. Even though this boosts efficiency and often increases healthcare outcomes within the industry, it certainly poses issues when it comes to protecting patient information. Despite the compelling case for digitization, the reality is that electronic data can be breached or leaked in a way that physical files cannot.
This is particularly true as an increasing number of healthcare providers are selecting virtual patient care delivery over the traditional office visit. Telehealth is normalizing for both patients and providers, with a number of benefits including lowered costs and increased convenience and access to care. But the use of video conferencing to provide care over the Internet requires healthcare practitioners to take steps to ensure HIPAA compliance.
A Necessary Tool for your Business or Practice
Video conferencing software and webinar services have extended beyond the board room, and are changing the way many industries interact and communicate with each other. As this technology becomes more available, more companies are adding web conferencing to their repertoire.
Secure Video Conferencing
You need to trust that your patient meetings are secure, in every sense of the word. Private information shared in your online web meetings and webinars should never be exposed, and your meetings should only ever be open to people you invite.
Taqtik Telehealth uses WebRTC and a suite of other features to offer a secure video conferencing experience. We give you the power to lock down your video conferences, ensuring only invited parties can participate, and encrypting all your data. Since there’s nothing to download, you never have to worry about malware or other vulnerabilities.
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