Stop patient images from ending up on social media

These days it’s not just celebrities who are at risk of having their most intimate images made public. With personal smartphones in every pocket, it can be a challenge for healthcare organizations to stay HIPAA-compliant.  Preventing accidental or unauthorized sharing of patient photographs on social media with mobile devices is critical. It only takes one breach to lose the trust of patients and families, violate HIPAA, or cause a major lawsuit. With the PrivateEye™ platform, organizations can turn the risk of mobile phones into a valuable tool for the delivery of patient care.

  • HIPAA-compliant texting apps do not prevent images from being saved on personal devices or prevent unauthorized camera use. 
  • Unlike other messaging applications, PrivateEye™ provides a secure platform for the exchange, collaboration and storage of valuable clinical photos
  • The patented technology of PrivateEye™ SmartCase leverages a unique hardware and software approach to truly protect the organization from the impacts of misused photos in a clinical setting.
  • PrivateEye™ is fully scalable, configurable and works with most major brands of mobile phones and operating systems, supporting deployments of all sizes.

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