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Thomson Medical to roll out secure messaging platform

The end-to-end encryption system is expected to protect patient data privacy.

Private healthcare group Thomson Medical Pte Ltd (TMPL) has inked a deal with secure mobile messaging service provider NetSfere to roll out enterprise-grade secure messaging platform for internal communication and collaboration, a press release has revealed.

The platform is said to secure patient data privacy via end-end encryption and is compliant with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The press release also added that NetSfere’s messaging platform provides healthcare professionals, first responders and government workers with a secure communication option that offers the immediacy of instant messaging across multiple devices.

Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are able to communicate and consult with one another simultaneously while streamlining communications and operations.

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