Should we provide devices for our staff or allow BYOD? Should we use phones or tablets?
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Does Pulsara Integrate with the Stryker Lifepak Monitor?
Using Pulsara, LifePak monitor customers can securely transmit ECGs to receiving emergency departments, Cardiologists, and other appropriate care team members by capturing a photo of the ECG printout using a high-resolution smartphone camera. This simple approach does not store the image on the device, and the protected patient health information is encrypted in Pulsara.
Who do I contact about any privacy or security questions I have?
Great question! Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have and our Privacy and Security Officer will be in touch with you shortly to answer your questions.
Is Pulsara HIPAA compliant?
A resounding Yes! NOTHING is stored on your phone. For example, when you take a picture of an ECG using Pulsara, the image is not stored in the photo section on your device.
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What data is stored on my device?
We do not store or cache any patient data on a mobile user’s phone. The patient data (ePHI) is only ever stored in a restricted database on the Pulsara Cloud platform with limited access. No patient data is ever permanently stored on iOS or Android devices.
Are healthcare workers liable for breach of confidentiality?
Doctors are not liable for breach of confidentiality. No patient data is stored or cached on mobile devices. Patient data is only stored in a restricted database on the Pulsara Cloud platform with limited access.
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Can I use a Mobile Device Management tool with the pulsara platform?
Successful implementation and management are key to getting the most out of Pulsara. Here's how to get started.
How do I address EMS double-documentation concerns?
Pulsara EMS customers consistently report spending less time in Pulsara than they did on the radio and that metrics related to communication and patient flow are significantly improved.
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If the system is not broken, why change it?
If you have the opportunity to improve the lives of patients and caregivers by using a communication logistics platform that helps decrease treatment times, minimizes errors, reduces burnout, and simplifies current workflows, wouldn't you use it?