Cloud hosting provides a viable way for offering telehealth services, but how confident should you be that cloud services take the necessary measures to ensure HIPAA compliance?
Although Microsoft Azure supports HIPAA-compliant services, you also need to work with a HIPAA-compliant 3rd party API provider, like QuickBlox, who can support your security responsibilities.
While Google Cloud’s security model has been determined to meet the requirements of HIPAA, app developers are still required to take the appropriate measures to ensure complete compliance.
QuickBlox and Q-consultation have now been successfully integrated into the hospital’s EHR providing doctors the opportunity to consult privately with medical staff and their patient’s family.
Video conferencing is increasingly used in telemedicine as a convenient way of doctor-patient communication. Make sure you use a HIPAA compliant solution by choosing QuickBlox.
In order to make tele-health more accessible and to maintain quarantine restrictions, HIPAA eased some of its regulations temporarily, particularly, those related to the use of communication tools.
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