SISGAIN integrates a fully HIPAA-compliant telehealth software that has required features according to the healthcare organization. This is a highly end-to-end encrypted telehealth service. These services allow providers to meet the growing demand of the healthcare industry. It helps to provide the interaction between the healthcare providers and patients.
Over the past decade, Our telehealth software solutions for doctors in Seattle have rapidly grown. There is a change in the telemedicine services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Healthcare providers are looking for technology so that they can connect with patients. This telemedicine application provides the needs of the healthcare industry.
Our telemedicine apps are end-to-end encrypted and protect patients' privacy and ensure HIPAA-compliant. Merging digital technologies and healthcare apps is a difficult task because the healthcare industry is strictly regulated by HIPAA compliant rules and regulations.
At present, the pandemic has forced the government to temporarily suspend the HIPAA- compliant laws governing telehealth software solutions for doctors in Seattle. It allows the doctor to interact with the patients using high-quality video conferencing. These services are necessary but permanent solutions to the difficult problem. Providers will no longer be able to depend on typical business conferencing software once these interim protections are withdrawn.
We can solve this issue with our encrypted telehealth software solutions for doctors in Seattle. It was created exclusively for healthcare practitioners, has several other functions, and prioritizes patient digital privacy.
For many years, doctor-patient confidentiality has been a cornerstone of healthcare, and most telemedicine platforms have gone to considerable efforts to ensure the protection of patients and providers over the internet. However, the current COVID-19 epidemic has resulted in a rush of telemedicine patients and providers seeking to connect, sometimes exceeding existing safe platforms. Furthermore, many patients and doctors just use the most popular teleconferencing software providers, such as Zoom, which were not designed with the sort of end-to-end encryption required for HIPAA-compliant telehealth software. Because of these security flaws, standard, free video conferencing is the incorrect choice for providers.
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