Jun 9, 2018

OnPage is the industry leading HIPAA secure Incident Alert Management System. Built around the incident resolution life cycle, OnPage’s unique ALERT-UNTIL-READ notifications for up to 8 hours enables organizations to get the most out of their digital investments, ensuring that sensors , monitoring systems , and people have a reliable means to escalate anomaly notifications to the right person immediately.

OnPage’s escalation policies, redundancies, and scheduling algorithms ensure that a critical message is never missed. Infinitely more reliable and secure than emails, text messages and phone calls combined, OnPage reduces incident resolution time by automating the notification process thereby reducing human errors and advancing the digital operations of your business.

Whether to minimize IT infrastructure downtime, or to minimize response time of healthcare providers in life and death situations, organizations are relying on OnPage for all their secure, HIPAA compliant, critical notifications needs.

Jun 7, 2018   |  By Shawn Lazarus
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Jun 7, 2018   |  By Shawn Lazarus
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Jun 1, 2018   |  By Shawn Lazarus
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