Purview is offering a number of our full service solutions without charge to those who need it during this pandemic. We hosted our third and final Purview Webinar information session today about our Purview Image Teleradiology solution. Click here to view the recording.
If you have a good brand, use it.
Major cities are often home to leading specialty hospitals. We think of the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio for cardiac care and Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City for cancer; brands that are recognizable around the world. The best physician-specialists are attracted to the best hospitals, bolstering their expertise.
The battleground of today’s business world revolves around the customer experience. Whether you are selling cars, cheeseburgers, or radiological services, the 21st century customer demands to be treated with respect and warmth. Accordingly, in nearly all industries, the customer experience is gaining sharpened attention. Specifically, customers demand information transparency and this trend is only growing, especially for millennial consumers. Most customers understand that information is power and that knowledge drives effective decision making. People can access their financial data in two clicks and a swipe on their smartphones. Similarly, most companies are becoming transparent and providing patients access to their information anytime and anywhere.
Why, then, do patients still find difficulty accessing their medical information?
Topics: patient care, patient image portal, Purview Solutions, Purview Blog, patient medical images, patient images access, patient access, patient images, patient portal, millennials, millennial patients
If you’re a health IT manager struggling to get doctor’s to embrace health IT, Kyle Hall is the guy you want in your corner.
“I have a real passion for finding the right technology that makes physicians’ jobs easier,” explains Hall, who is the telehealth coordinator for The Nebraska Medical Center (TNMC) located in Omaha, NE. “What really hooks me is seeing doctors react to the technology when I demonstrate how simple and effective it is.” Hall, who has worked on the frontlines providing PACS support in clinical settings, knows that the road to a successful health IT implementation is delivering what physicians really want and need, while minimizing the impact on IT resources.
Topics: Purview Solutions
Save yourself the frustration and transmit medical images without a VPN
Medical imaging sent over the Internet requires secure connectivity because it contains protected health information (PHI). Per the HIPAA Security Rule, ePHI (electronic protected health information) must be protected when handled (technically, administratively and physically). Therefore, we're constantly focus on the best and easiest methods to transmit medical imaging securely while remaining compliant.