Doctors across the country are turning to Direct Secure Messaging to securely exchange healthcare data over the Internet.
This encrypted national message standard allows exchange of protected health information from provider to provider (replacing fax), and between providers and patients.
Direct Secure Messaging helps you send sensitive information where it needs to go, safely and securely.
Most importantly, Direct is easy and inexpensive to start using.
A Direct Secure Messaging address is like a typical email address and can be issued to an individual, organization, or system, but all addresses have a primary owner. Owners must prove their identities to acquire a Direct address, and each Direct address is completely unique.
Patients can also use Direct to securely share health information with their healthcare providers.
With Direct Secure Messaging you can:
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about getting a Direct Secure Messaging account, please contact us.