RMP Logic, LLC is proud to announce the launch of its new secure, mobile communication platform for the healthcare industry called Mobile Encrypted Data Xchange (M.E.D.X). M.E.D.X is a “bring your own device (BYOD)”, “control your own data (CYOD)” solution available on all iOS devices. The company is launching a Google Android version in the first quarter of 2016. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of healthcare information security, this solution will be worth paying attention to, as it is set to shake things up.
The CEO of M.E.D.X, Michael Parikh, makes a point of saying, “things are going
to change now that M.E.D.X is available because of the app’s ability to connect healthcare systems as quickly as using Facebook at price point that is unmatched.”
Mr. Parikh continues, “where competitors are doing the same old thing, M.E.D.X is designed from the ground-up by physicians, nurses, and ancillary personnel to ensure usability. The development team focused on creating a solution that integrates the highest-level of data security with the simplest, most intuitive user interface available. This was done for one simple reason. Having the most secure messaging platform in the world does not mean anything, if the app is not intuitive and easy to use. Medical professionals will continue using alternative non-secure channels. In fact, a 2013 report by Health Tech Zone revealed that 28% of healthcare employees carried Protected Health Information (PHI) on their mobile devices — exposing those organizations to serious risk. The M.E.D.X mobile app can dramatically change that number and reduce PHI exposure risk.”
“A unique feature of M.E.D.X is its healthcare-focused design — an app created by medical professionals for medical professionals. M.E.D.X not only allows secure text communication, but also supports DICOM, video, images, audio, and files. It also has the ability to share PACS securely between mobile devices. For these reasons, hospitals, clinics, and practices will benefit from improved clinical decision-making and faster workflows within their organizations,” says Dr. Toan Nguyen, Board-Certified General Surgeon.
Emily Deal, the manager of Mobile Medical Solutions, said, “M.E.D.X is simple to use and helps coordinate care teams seamlessly. A great feature is remote permissions control. If a phone is lost in the field, access can be limited and sensitive data removed immediately.”
To receive a free trial or a live demonstration of the software, contact M.E.D.X at 1-888-799-MEDX or firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information and to learn more, visit their website at http://www.medxssl.com.