Communication

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Secure Messaging Providers

  • TigerText: Focused on healthcare vertical
  • GroupMD: Healthcare focused. Marketing care collaboration, and explicitly mentioning Direct. Have clear HISP capabilities.
  • MedXCom: Secure messaging, call management and texting. Referrals, Patient Messaging mentioned.
  • CareThread: New entrant
  • Medigram: Y combinator alum.
  • Imprivata Cortext: Imprivata is a public company offering SSO, Virtualization etc., along with Secure Messaging. No mention of Direct!
  • Vocera: Public company
  • Voalte: Healthcare communications platform. Announced layoffs recently.
  • CellTrust: Healthcare focused mobile messaging
  • IQMax: Provide secure chat, voice, text for healthcare. No email. No mention of Direct standard.
  • SafeTextMD: Started in apr 2013 by a small player called MediMobile
  • QliqSoft
  • Cureatr
  • DocHalo
  • Emerge.MD: Collaboration tools for physicians including secure messaging.
  • Extension Healthare: Combines alarm management with in-house communication.. bit unique that way. Acquired by Vocera in Oct 2016.
  • PerfectServe: Comunication platform for healthcare enterprises. Have a strong secure texting product.
  • Spruce: Communication-based workflows. Eg. Care Coordination, Patient engagement, Telemedicine. $17M from KPCB.
  • Teleon Health:

Secure Email Providers

  • SureScripts: Defacto biggest player. Have most of MDs in reach due to eRX network. Have been producing steady gains in Direct offering.
  • SecureExchangeSolutions (SES): Bethesda, MD based, Est 2010,
  • Max.MD: *.MD Email. Est 2005, NJ based. implemented in 30 countries and 22 healthcare market segments. Patent #12012128; A System and Method for Providing Security Via a Top Level Domain.
  • MirthMail:
  • Ability Networks:
  • Inpriva: Focused secure email provider for healthcare. Since 2002?, Fort Collins, CO based. CEO
  • DataMotion: Very strong patent portfolio on secure email service. Used to have no mention of healthcare. They went into HISP offering in Oct 2012, announced APIs for partner integration in Dec'12
  • MedAllies