Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Health Business Intelligence Corp (Health BI), creator of HealthCollaborate and SecureEmailMe.com, announces the availability of its HealthCollaborateTM Secure Messaging Mobile Application. The HealthCollaborate Secure Messaging Mobile App is designed to help healthcare professionals to easily communicate, collaborate, and share e-PHI directly from their smartphones. Compatible with all brands of smartphones, the HealthCollaborate™ Secure Messaging Mobile App provides healthcare professionals mobility, flexibility and secure access to messages and documents containing patient information. The HealthCollaborate™ Secure Messaging Mobile App keeps no records of PHI on the device, requires no investment on infrastructure or application download and can be setup in minutes. Secure messages and attachments can be sent/accessed from smart phones, tablets and personal computers.
Available to both healthcare providers and their patients, HealthCollaborate mobile application will allow care coordinators and patients to respond to care transition programs remotely and enhance the patient experience with care team members.
“The addition of the HealthCollaborate mobile application will help reduce the fragmented gaps in care coordination and patient engagement by connecting all stakeholders with multi-devices and multi-locations,” stated by Mack Baniameri, CEO of Health BI. “Increasing care coordination and patient engagement is paramount to solving care transitions challenges and with the development of HealthCollaborateTM Secure Messaging Mobile Application, we are closer to reducing fragmented care with the use of technology.”
About Health Business Intelligence,
Health Business Intelligence Corporation, Health BI, is the leading developer of care coordination, patient engagement, and secure messaging solutions for the healthcare market. Health BI’s primary focus is on developing solutions and services that help providers transition to patient-centered care model. Health BI’s solutions enable healthcare providers to engage patients in managing the continuum of care.