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Medical Privacy Is The Law

Medical privacy is a fundamental right protected by law, ensuring that individuals’ personal health information remains confidential. In order to safeguard this sensitive data, our advanced encrypted data file technology offers a secure solution for medical professionals and frontline workers. CHIF employs state-of-the-art encryption algorithms that render patient files indecipherable to unauthorized parties, guaranteeing that only authorized individuals can access and control the information. With CHIF, medical professionals can confidently store, share, and manage medical files, maintaining the utmost privacy and control over patients’ sensitive data. This innovative solution empowers healthcare providers and frontline workers to fulfill their vital roles while adhering to strict legal requirements for medical privacy.

Using CHIF Files to Fight a Pandemic

The remarkable technology of CHIF Protect enables institutions such as the CDC and WHO to meticulously sift through patient medical records and disease data in a secure and efficient manner. This enables them to generate highly precise quantitative research outcomes and craft superior predictive models to track and forecast the spread and location of pandemics.

Make Disease Data Available

The disease data of a singular patient, including their diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and other relevant information, is made available for open scrutiny and aggregate analysis through a public classification system, without any encryption.

Make Patient Information Private

To safeguard particularly sensitive data, a specific encryption key is assigned to encrypt the personally-identifiable information (PII) of individual patients. This ensures that only those with designated roles can access the information, as it falls under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) classification. The level of security and protection granted to such data is paramount, and measures such as these are taken to ensure its confidentiality.

Make CHIF a Partner in your Telemedicine Plan.

Introducing the cutting-edge technology of HIPAA-compliant encryption, it is now possible to convert once unreadable DICOM image files into CHIF format, all while incorporating your very own warm and welcoming voice to provide a concise interpretation of the image’s significance.

With this revolutionary advancement, you can even secure your private patient data or any other sensitive information with ease.

As the demands of modern healthcare continue to soar and telemedicine becomes increasingly popular, simply directing someone to “click on the CHIF” will grant them immediate access to a clear and comprehensive explanation of the image at hand.

DICOM Medical Imaging Use Case

Delving into the intricacies of DICOM imaging, an essential component of modern medical procedures and electronic medical records, is paramount for any medical professional. However, tackling this complex subject matter can be challenging, but fear not, as we are here to provide assistance. Our innovative CHIF technology streamlines medical workflows, ultimately improving patient care and outcomes. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or just starting in the medical field, our solution offers benefits for all. So why wait? Join the countless medical professionals who have already reaped the rewards of our cutting-edge CHIF technology.

DICOM images consist of high-resolution images, which make them very large digital files. A single DICOM can contain gigabytes of data, especially in cases such as MRI, CT, PET, Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound.

When a physician orders a radiology scan, the radiologist performs and schedules the scan to help the patient. The radiologist then looks through the series of images to identify the one, or series of images, that can provide a diagnosis.

Once the radiologist identifies the image(s), they zoom in to provide an enhanced detail view to make the diagnosis. However, the current process of reporting and saving the diagnosis can become complicated, requiring various systems and databases to transcribe and store the diagnosis.

What if the radiologist could easily crop the annotated and enhanced image(s), and save it with their voice diagnosis, textual transcribed diagnosis (in multiple languages, if necessary), and store it in a file less than 5 megabytes in size? The file could then be quickly communicated to the requesting physician, without any possibility of data mismatch of images and transcribed reports.

Using the latest HIPPA compliant encryption, formerly unplayable DICOM image files can now be encapsulated in a CHIF file, which can be easily shared with patients through their patient portal. This allows patients to share with their chosen medical professionals in a timely manner, which was not previously available.