PicSafe® can be deployed enterprise-wide and integrated into existing medical record systems.
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|Users||Per user per year||Discount|
|1||user||$99 per user per year|
|2-10||users||$79 per user per year||20% discount|
|11-50||users||$74 per user per year||25% discount|
|51-100||users||$69 per user per year||30% discount|
You can manage your PicSafe® Enterprise Account online. If you require under 100 users, you can pay via credit/debit card (powered by Stripe), and you can increase and decrease the number of users in your enterprise account at any time. For Enterprise accounts beyond 100 users, please contact us.
Please also contact us should you require custom integration into medical record systems.
Attach up to 10 photos, videos, or audio clips.
3 Megapixel images and High Definition video.
10 second video and 120 second audio clips.
Displays unobtrusive report ID instead.
Securely upload and store reports in Box and Dropbox.
Various integrations with Medical Record systems.
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 "@myclinic.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.