PrivateEyeHC™ App


Built by clinicians based on real-life use cases:  

  • PrivateEyeHC™ is a mobile photo app allowing users to share, manage and collaborate on photos to support the delivery of patient care.

Powerful database management infrastructure:  

  • PrivateEyeHC™ is delivered with a pre-defined folder structure based on clinical specialty or can be pre-configured based on the organization’s requirements. Users can also create their own folder and group structures based on their individual needs.

Built-in Doximity and customizable group collaboration:

  • Collaboration can take place between individuals for one-to-one communication or with groups of users to support the coordination of care.

Secure, closed networks, encryption and compliance:  

  • PrivateEyeHC™ utlizes all HIPAA compliant protocols and leverages the highest level of security, encryption and authentication.  All members are verified via Doximity authentication or by subscribing institutions.  Geo-fencing, screenshot logging and other compliance features are built-in to ensure security

Ideal for eduation and interfaclity collaboration:  

  • User-created secure networks allow professional collaboration for medical case discussion and threaded commentaries, archiving and up-to-date notification, all while maintaining security.

EHR and HIPAA texting integration available:

  • Our team of integration experts can integrate PrivateEyeHC with your EHR, or current HIPAA texting App to augment your teams' capablilties. Ask us how!

Android App coming soon!!

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