Canterbury Health System widens Celo messaging network
Tuesday 31st October, 2017
A growing number of Canterbury clinicians are embracing the digital age with the ability to safely share information between mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets.
Users of the Celo App can communicate with each other, send documents and photographs, and safely share patient details within a secure, encrypted, NZ Ministry of Health-approved, digital network. Patients can be assured that no information is stored on the actual device, so if a device gets lost or stolen that information stays confidential.
Canterbury District Health Board is extending the utilisation of Celo through making the secure messaging platform available to all Canterbury health service providers, from community-based care through to general practice, to specialists in a hospital environment.
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