We help physicians improve patient care through the use of a secure, efficient, mobile communication platform.
DocbookMD is an exclusive HIPAA-secure messaging application for smartphone and tablet devices and is also available on the web. Designed by and for physicians it creates a secure community to share patient information and collaborate with medical colleagues. In the past year, DocbookMD has experienced incredible growth now counting over 24,000 physicians users.
Drs. Tim Gueramy and Tracey Haas began developing DocbookMD four years ago out of a very personal need for more efficient and instantaneous physician-to-physician communication. By using DocbookMD, physicians can now send HIPAA-secure text messages bundled with photos of X-rays and EKGs. All the information is at a physician’s fingertips, resulting in faster and richer discussions on patient treatment and care. Also, with local physician and pharmacy directories built in, the time physicians spend finding colleagues or tracking down a local pharmacy is cut from hours to minutes.
By Physicians. For Physicians.
Customized solution available for hospitals and groups.
Currently offered in 40 states across over 200 state and county medical societies.
Vital patient information right in your hand – upload images from X-rays and EKGs.
Directory of local physicians and pharmacies.
Built by design for fast, secure HIPAA-secure messaging.
Helps physicians mobilize their practice.
Makes it easier for physicians to communicate with their entire care team, including nurses, PAs, and office staff.
256-Bit encryption to securely transmit and store data, exceeding current HIPAA compliance requirements.
All users are required to sign a HIPAA business agreement prior to activation.
Sensitive content such as patient details and photos reside on DocbookMD servers, not the users device.
Remote disabling of a device if it were lost or stolen.
All messages are saved for ten years, per HITECH/state recommendations.
Full compatibility and integration with HIEs is currently in development utilizing the new Direct Project protocol.