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Protect Patient Health Information

Written by Josh Dodes
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The need to protect patient health information has never been more pronounced than it is today. With public demand at a fever pitch and governmental regulations stricter than ever, the time for medical offices to conform to changing expectations is today. Short of spending a fortune, however, how can conscientious offices hope to protect their patients' confidentiality?

Thanks to a handful of innovative privacy experts, a new answer to that question has emerged. Updating the concept of white noise, these remarkable new companies have devised a series of solutions that mask confidential conversations in a unique manner. The result is a sound-masking solution that is not only more effective, but also more affordable than other medical office privacy systems.

How to Protect Patient Health Information

In an increasingly cubicle-subdivided medical office environment, standard white-noise systems would need to be intrusively loud in order to protect patient health information. Using proprietary technology, however, premier privacy experts have figured out how to use white noise in a more targeted and less intrusive manner. By using smaller devices to fill in sonic frequencies around an individual's voice, these new products simply render sensitive speech unintelligible--without requiring employees or patients to speak more quietly or loudly than normal.

Space- and cost-efficient, the best of these new systems can protect patient health information with maximal efficacy and minimal inconvenience. Best of all, they can do so today. With so much at stake, that will come as good news to medical office managers and patients alike.


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