Western New York-based Mobile Encrypted Data Xchange (M.E.D.X) recently launched a HIPAA-compliant mobile app serving the healthcare industry. The product utilizes the latest advances in technical securities, encryption and device safeguards to ensure the highest levels of security while enhancing clinical decision-making and workflows within the healthcare system.
“M.E.D.X was designed by physicians, nurses and ancillary personnel to ensure user friendliness. Users agree that M.E.D.X significantly helps deliver the right information to the right person at the right time, which can improve employee satisfaction and patient outcomes,” said CEO Michael Parikh, M.A., a Lancaster resident who co-founded the company along with his brother, Rikesh Parikh, M.D., a University at Buffalo general surgery graduate who serves as chief medical officer. Chase Dombrowski of Elma, a graduate of SUNY Fredonia, is the company’s chief technical officer.
“HIPAA data breaches from October 2009 to March 2015 have cost companies $8 billion in fines,” added Michael Parikh, “and that is why we took extraordinary measures to ensure M.E.D.X’s architecture is in complete compliance with all HITECH and HIPAA technical safeguards. In addition to its security features, M.E.D.X also integrates with EMR and PACS systems for optimal clinical workflow.”
“We are proud to have opened a new pathway on which to share protected health information using one extremely secure and easy-to-use platform,” added Dombrowski.
For more information about M.E.D.X, please visit www.medxssl.com. Health-related businesses and organizations interested in a free demonstration can contact Michael Parikh at 1-888-799-MEDX, ext. 1, or via email at email@example.com.