HIPAA lets providers text patients, but is it secure?

October 17, 2018 Mayuri Kumar
As texting between patients and providers becomes more common, it’s imperative that providers consider the right platform to use and other security features to protect patient data.
 
Texting between doctors and patients has become more commonplace in recent years. But before the two parties start sharing every intimate detail, experts urge providers to take a step back and consider security.
 
MobiHealthNews featured commentary from David Holtzman in this article.
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