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Survey Demonstrates Effectiveness of Secure Messaging in ED

February 27, 2017 - A recent report found despite secure messaging being cited as the second-most effective real-time communication in emergency departments (ED) behind face-to-face interactions, less than fifty percent of surveyed hospital ED staff report utilizing this form of communication. Based on a poll of 158 ED staff members conducted by Everbridge, the report showed that while secure messaging...


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by [email protected]

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Meaningful use of secure messaging for providers, patients

by [email protected]

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by [email protected]

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