Onboarding is DIY. Medical professionals can download PicSafe from the App Store and Google Play, create a PicSafe account, and complete a simple form to add their "institution". They will be up and running in minutes.
Assigning which users are part of the enterprise licence can be done by using the domain name in email addresses used by your institution (e.g. all users with an email address ending in "@myhospital.com") or by providing a comma-separated list of email addresses.
As well as allowing users within an institution to submit reports to a patients' medical record, all users within an institution will have access to PicSafe PRO features. See the integrations section for details.
Improve conformance to security policies. How many people within your institution are using their phone to take photos and video at the moment?
Volume discounts apply. Avoid security breaches and potentially costly litigation. Can you put a cost on reputation?
Perform a trial on your own time. No need to contact PicSafe (although you can if you like) to get going. See the "The Test an Endpoint Server" section for details on how best to perform a trial.
An institution that wants to allow their users to generate PicSafe reports and have then inserted into the patient's medical record will need a licence. As discussed in the integrations page, this includes the following methods of sending/submitting reports:
If your institution uses Box or Dropbox for storage, you will find it easier purchasing an enterprise licence rather than each user having to obtain access to PicSafe PRO through the App Store or Google Play.