Secure Messaging for COVID-19
Secure Messaging for COVID-19 Healthcare Providers Enables Efficient Communication and Care Coordination
As a public service, Halo Health is offering urgent deployment of the Halo Platform’s secure messaging and clinical and critical teams functionality. Halo Health is providing this service at no cost for up to six months.
Halo Health is also providing COVID-19 best practices developed and used by physicians, nurses and administrators currently responding to the Pandemic
The Halo Platform is a highly secure, reliable, mission-critical mobile communication platform for health systems.
It also is a scalable tool for coordination of care and to streamline team communication during pandemics like COVID-19, including secure notifications between government offices and health leaders.
Halo Health’s Commitment to Secure Messaging for COVID-19 Healthcare Providers Includes:
- Urgent deployment of the Halo Platform with no fees for up to 6 months
- Critical and Clinical Teams functionality
- “COVID-19 Best Practices Guide” for utilizing the Halo Platform’s secure messaging for Teams
- Support from the Halo Health Emergency Response Team
Health Systems Across the Country are Leveraging Halo Health to Respond to COVID-19
Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C. is using Halo to send notices to their infectious disease doctors for needed tests while doing drive-through testing in their parking lot area.
Henry Ford Health System is another customer in Detroit, MI that is utilizing Halo to send frequent message blasts about the status of COVID-19 cases, which have reached nearly 80 as of now.
COVID-19 Best Practices Guide
Contact Halo Health
Please call our Support Team at 855-362-HALO (855.362.4256) or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you currently do not have the Halo Platform’s Clinical Teams functionality, or need help setting up COVID-19 teams.
Helpful COVID-19 Information from Government Resources:
Please stay healthy and safe and contact Halo Health if you need secure mobile messaging and communication assistance.
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