Now, organizations can allow their professionals secure electronic access to documents and records with complete control and confidence in maintaining HIPAA and /or other data security standard compliance both within the office environment and externally using Mobile, AIMVault’s mobile document management system.
Built upon a combination of AIMVault’s security protocols and the Apple iPad and iPhone hardware platforms, Mobile allows documents and records to be accessed without fear of loss or exposure, even if the iPad or iPhone units are lost or stolen.
A fully functional integrated scheduling and record management package allows delivery and access of these records to be scheduled in advance to coordinate with patient or client visits, etc. allowing you to provide unheard-of levels of service and efficiency, putting information where it needs to be, when it needs to be there, fully enabling your professionals to provide the highest standards of patient or client care.
Mobile was designed from the ground up to mobile-enable as much YOUR business process as YOU choose. At its simplest, it’s a mobile viewer for your documents and records. Or, you can define forms that can be filled out by your professionals on their mobile devices, and that are immediately available to ALL your AIMVault users the moment they are entered. Use the stunning photo and video capture capability in these devices to submit photos as a part of those forms, and have them instantly available to ALL of your AIMVault users. From in-office photo documentation of injuries, to visiting health workers, to insurance claims adjusters and other professionals, Mobile opens the doors to business process possibilities that were considered too complex or expensive except for the largest corporate entities.
The best part is that Mobile is a part of you AIMVault subscription license and it can be rolled out to ALL of your professionals without any additional capital expense.
Contact us to arrange a full demonstration of Mobile and see how your organization’s mobile device strategy could take a huge leap forward.