Charlotte, NC (PressExposure) January 16, 2009 -- SenditCertifiedâ¢(www.SenditCertified.com), a division of BioConfirm, LLC, has initiated a private-beta trial with Mid-Carolina Cardiology offering proof that the company's web-based, fully-certified communications platform and patent-pending ePackageâ¢ will not only benefit the medical and healthcare industries but will also provide a key component to President-Elect Obama's electronic health record initiative.
More specifically, SenditCertifiedâ¢'s ultra secure, simple-to-use communication system for sending, receiving and storing sensitive information worldwide via its fully-certified platform will ensure that medical professionals who use the system are in full compliance with all HIPAA and PHI regulations.
"The SenditCertifiedâ¢ technology single-handedly provides the medical and healthcare industries with a simple approach to quickly and securely communicating with patients at a substantial savings," remarked Steve McAdams, MD and CEO of Mid-Carolina Cardiology. "The pitfalls of standard email communication put medical professionals at risk of violating HIPAA regulations, and the penalties are extreme: this system fully addresses these issues and provides multiple benefits."
During the course of the trial, Mid-Carolina Cardiology will benefit from the following SenditCertifiedâ¢ features:
â¢ Patent-pending ePackageâ¢ â¢ Full encryption during transmission â¢ Audio and written messages â¢ Attached files of virtually any size â¢ Private data vault storage â¢ Fingerprint identity verification
The various stages of the trial include: patient data and test results upload to the SenditCertifiedâ¢ platform; ultra secure data transmission and delivery; and electronic medical record storage.
"This system allows us to keep the continuity of care intact, and does not require any additional employee training--it is simple and easy to set up. Now our patients can receive their confidential test results, a personal voice message from their doctor or nurse, and other important information via SenditCertifiedâ¢ while we remain in compliance with all HIPAA and PHI regulations," continued McAdams.