Handoff like a pro.
The innovative Halo Handoff system allows physicians to easily create and exchange relevant patient information in a secure and easy manner. This is part of the Doc Halo app and can be accessed on your personal Doc Halo web page using any computer or tablet. Halo Handoff is ideal for residency programs, hospitalists and practicing physicians who need to check out to colleagues.

The key components of Halo Handoff are:

  • Relevant and updated patient information that is readily available to the covering physicians.
  • A secure and user-friendly system that allows easy exchange of patient information amongst different doctors involved in a patient's care. The system is physician-oriented and allows handoffs to be done anywhere and anytime.

Other features of Halo Handoff include:

  • Secure and HIPAA-compliant.
  • App and web-based so the information is at your fingertips. Access the information anywhere, anytime and print if needed.
  • Easy format to create the patient list with handoff information: on the app or web.
  • Easily handoff or share your patient information with your colleagues.
  • Works in all hospitals and is EMR independent.
  • Allows faculty supervision and monitoring.
  • Meets ACGME requirements.
News for Doc Halo, the Professional Standard of Healthcare Communication...
See the HIT Consultant Online Magazine article: mHealth Will Drive Physician Demand for Secure Text Messaging in 2014 that's a discussion with Doc Halo CTO, Jon Jansen.
The Doc Halo Connections Newsletter has been released. Go Here to get Quick Tips, read Customer Spotlights, and learn what's new.
Northern Exposure: Get this Spotlight article about Dr. Robert Lawrence of Alaska Family Practice. Fascinating physician.
Should you care about your MD's text messages? Read the guest post on EMR & HIPAA online magazine by Doc Halo CEO, Jose Barreau, MD.
Pacific Medical Centers joins the Doc Halo community, using secure texting to enahance communication and collaboration and protect the privacy of their patients.
The "Healthcare Risk Assessment Guide: Steps For Disaster Preparation" by Cliff McClintick, COO of Doc Halo, appeared in a guest blog on Health IT Exchange.
"Rapid Growth and Regulation Among Top mHealth Trends" is a guest post by Doc Halo President, Dr. Amit Gupta, appearing in Health IT Exchange