Today's medical technology enables healthcare providers to practice telemedicine, which adds new convenience and options to the healthcare experience. Patients may schedule appointments on a provider's website and participate in remote appointments using a computer, laptop, tablet, or phone. In situations where an in-office visit is necessary, temperature-sensing thermal cameras and technology that is infection resistant increase the safety of the patient's visit to a provider facility.
Telehealth will be the new normal going forward in our industry.
Lori Haen, RN, LNHA, RAC-CT, CRM, C-DONA
Broussard Healthcare Consulting
Your organization is required to meet HIPAA security guidelines, but is your IT provider also meeting those requirements? Server@Work undergoes a rigorous annual external SOC 2 audit to verify our security and IT management protocols. While any technology company may say they are HIPAA compliant and even sign your Business Associate Agreement, few IT companies ensure their claim with an SOC audit.
Upgrade your infection control efforts by escalating the anti-microbial properties of your computer equipment. Most business-class computer equipment fails to meet infection prevention protocols. Consult Server@Work's healthcare IT team for a site survey to assess your computer environment.
Some care situations require patients to enter a medical facility. Thermal temperature-sensing camera solutions from Server@Work allow visitors to safely enter your facility by accurately sensing their temperatures from a distance of up to twenty-three (23) feet.