Los Angeles, CA, USA – March 30, 2020 – Lyfebin today announced due to the global pandemic, they are removing limitations on free physician and advanced practioner accounts, making use of the application completely free. The online platform allows doctors and patients to share their records digitally. Lyfebin is a HIPAA secure environment for doctors and patients to share and view medical images like ultrasounds, magnetic resonance images, computed tomographies, clinical pictures, and digital radiographies on the cloud with the use of next-generation security.
“We make healthcare simple,” said a company representative. With this in mind, the Lyfebin platform supports people with diverse healthcare needs by providing easy patient access. The online platform features the sharing of medical images so patients no longer need to carry discs to medical appointments. The plaform also makes it possible to have the images reviewed by any physician around the world. Patients need not worry as the healthcare providers on Lyfebin are licensed and verified.
The online platform is designed to bridge communication between doctors and patients to provide a cohesive, supportive approach to managing health. Patients share the stored DICOM images in the Lyfebin environment with doctors for advanced analysis and future treatment.
Users do not need any special software to use the platform as it is a cloud-based software that can be utilized anywhere in the world with any media capable device connected to the internet. The Lyfebin online platform can be accessed on tablets, smartphones, and desktop PCs. The platform is not just for patients because it also helps doctors communicate with colleagues. With Lyfebin, the options are endless, and it all happens in the cloud using next-generation security powered by artificial intelligence to ensure that all imaging records are safe.
The system offers impeccable data accessibility. Data, once placed in the system, are accessible and ready to be viewed anytime and anywhere. Lyfebin is a SAAS platform wherein all the information will be available only to the user and the people with whom they share their studies on the cloud.
The Los Angeles-based comapany continues to develop new features to address the needs of patients better. Today, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many outpatient clinics are closing. As a result, Lyfebin removed the limitations on free physician and advance practitioners’ accounts. Now, patients can share their medical images for free, creating a virtual specialty clinic. Lyfebin believes that making healthcare simple is the best way to meet every patient’s healthcare needs.