Communication between practices is an everyday occurrence. This is typically done by phone, fax and even email. These methods are dated, inefficient and insecure. Wouldn’t it be great to use secure, modern methods of communication? Now you can! Healthjump has a web based tool that allows practices to message and share medical records securely, much like a secure email system. But what really sets Healthjump apart is our Practice Messaging app. This app allows practices to securely chat, share images and patient records in a format that is familiar to anyone that has ever sent a text message.
Healthcare professionals and practices with or without Healthjump patient portal accounts can take advantage of practice communication just as easily as sending an email, only it is done securely within Healthjump's chat application. The platform allows you to send attachments, create groups and keeps an archive of all of your messages.
The mobile app is perfect for doctors while making rounds at the hospital or when they are away from the office. Never let a patient’s care wait until tomorrow with the Healthjump mobile chat application. With a familiar “text messaging” interface, easily sent chat messages, images and even patient records with the Practice Messaging app. At Healthjump, we take security very serious, so rest assure that nothing is ever stored on the mobile device and your messages are going over a secure channel.
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