PicSafe 2.0, the return: founder revitalises clinical image sharing app

The co-founder of the secure clinical image sharing platform PicSafe Medi that ceased operations in 2015 has gone live with a new, free version of the app, which allows clinicians to send encrypted clinical photos taken on mobile phones as an attachment to an email.

Retaining the PicSafe name but minus the Medi, the system also has a paid version that individuals and healthcare organisations can use to send to the HIPAA-compliant Box or Dropbox, or to integrate into an organisation's electronic medical record.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PicSafe

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