Last week I attended three healthcare IT conferences in Washington, DC. The first one I went to was the ONC 2015 annual meeting at the Washington Hilton.
In a 2014 Pew survey, 90% of American adults reported having a cell phone. Of those, 81% stated they text on their phones, and 60% say they email. And those numbers are only increasing each year.
We live in a time where people are more connected and communicating faster than ever. So why is it many healthcare practices are so far behind in making it fast and easy to communicate with their patients? [Read more…]
Given the growing use of technology for communication, many HIPAA entities are interested in knowing whether popular consumer services are HIPAA compliant. Skype for example, is free, easy to learn and widely used. Many HIPAA entities are curious: Is Skype HIPAA compliant?
This article originally appeared in the Pacific Business News print edition on 9 January 2015.
What if you woke up one morning and went online to check your account balance and, after entering your user name and password, your bank’s website came back and said, “Hi! We’d really like to show you your balance using an encrypted connection but, shoot, if we can’t figure it out, do you mind if we use an unencrypted connection that will transmit your information in the open instead?”
As we are fond of saying, we built Paubox based on customer feedback. We like this approach to software because it makes our customers happy and it gives us a clear roadmap of what to build! If you’re a Paubox customer or you’re thinking of becoming one, here are five things you probably didn’t realize you could do with Paubox.