Recently, we have been moving small businesses off their plain old telephone systems to Virtual Private Branch Exchange Cloud systems. In the old days, PBX (Private Branch Exchange) office systems were available. The problem is they were extremely costly as far as hardware, service management contracts, and paying an IT guy to keep it running. A interesting new technology happened that very few people are aware of. It's called uCaaS - Unified Communications as a Service. By combining the internet with cloud storage, virtual PBX services could be offered for less than the cost of a plain old voice only telephone system. So far, 90% of the businesses we have moved to these systems have actually been able to save 20-60% less than they were previously paying.
As an integrated capability of the RingCentral Office solution, healthcare organizations can leverage Glip functionality to share confidential files, message team members, update tasks, and manage calendars, ensuring customers’ electronic protected health information (ePHI) data is protected in all forms. With RingCentral Glip, healthcare providers can streamline workflows by communicating instantaneously and seamlessly with patients and other physicians and healthcare professionals.
“We’re thrilled to roll out our first ever team messaging solution to our fast-growing ChartSpan team,” said Patrick Carter, co-founder and chief medical officer at ChartSpan Medical Technologies. “RingCentral Office has been vital in streamlining our communications, both within our offices and with patients. With RingCentral Glip, physicians, nurses, and management staff now have the ability to send confidential information quickly, securely, and easily, allowing us to deliver the best possible patient care, all while complying with HIPAA/HITRUST security requirements.”
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Joel Saltzman has over twenty years of wireless industry experience. He is currently CEO and Chief Wireless Analyst for Dr Wireless.