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HIPAA Compliant Video Calls

Key Features

Video Calls

DocVilla offers HIPAA compliant end to end encrypted video calls between the patient and the provider through web and mobile interface. Providers can also send a secure link to patients through SMS.


DocVilla offers conferencing capabilities where providers can add any specialist or anyone in a conference call by a simple SMS. There is no need to create separate account or login to the platform.


DocVilla offers recording capabilities of both audio and video which means there are two separate files which are recorded, Audio file and Video file. This way you can decide what you want keep for log purposes.


DocVilla offers screen sharing through which you can show your desktop to the patients. This is useful when you want to walk them through their x-rays, MRIs remotely.


DocVilla offers HIPAA compliant secure messaging between the provider and the patients. The patients can respond back via web and mobile app.

HIPAA Compliant

DocVilla is HIPAA compliant and does not share your or patient's information with anyone. All the data is encrypted and stored securely using 256 bit encryption in Google and AWS cloud.

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Conference Call

DocVilla allows Doctors to conference a third party during a telemedicine consult. This feature is useful if a doctor wants to conference a specialist in the call or perhaps parent of minor who is in the office. Best part is that this conference can be initiated with a simple SMS, which means the third party does not need to download any application or create an account on DocVilla. The third party can join the conference just by clicking the link in the SMS. DocVilla has a patent pending for this capability.

Recording Capability

DocVilla allows Doctors to record the telemedicine consult after getting patient consent. This recording is encrypted and securely stored as per HIPAA guidelines. We record both Audio and Video as separate files. Audio recording are preserved forever. For HIPAA reasons we do delete Video recording after certain amount of time unless you wish to keep it corresponding to patient chart.

Screen Sharing

Doctors can share their screen with the patients and show the related documents such as X-Ray, MRI etc. The screensharing can be done in a secure HIPAA compliant fashion during a video consult with two simple clicks. You can choose which window, tab or screen you want to share with the patient. You can also hide/unhide you video during the consult. You can also mute/unmute your audio.

SMS/Text Capability

As a provider you can also initiate a video consult with any patient by sending a secure link from DocVilla platform directly to patient's phone via SMS/Text. This capability is very useful for patients who have not created an account on DocVilla patient portal or are not tech savvy or called your office directly to setup consult time. Such patients can click on the secure link and have a video consultation with you using their smartphone. You do not have to share your personal number with anyone. The link is only active during the duration of the video consult. For each consult a new link gets created as per HIPAA guidelines.

DocVilla provides a HIPAA compliant telemedicine video consulting solutions for patients and doctors. Using DocVilla platform, the patient and doctor can securely video chat with each other for many non-emergency medical conditions. Most of the competitors such as AmWell, MDLive, TelaDoc provide only video consults. DocVilla also provides secure chat functionality between patient and the doctor besides an EMR. Use of Telemedicine is already approved by the medical societies. From the patient end the integration of such devices with DocVilla app seamless and can be done by one click. The provider can also such health data from the patient and the patient can allow access with a single click. The patient can also revoke the access of the health data to the provider using a single click.

No other EMR/EHR platform has got such functionality and DocVilla has already filed a patent for it. All the data is securely transmitted through SSL from the patient app to the DocVilla cloud platform. The provider can access this data from the DocVilla- Doctor Web and mobile platform.

“The AAFP supports expanded use of telehealth and telemedicine as an appropriate and efficient means of improving health.”


“Telemedicine in psychiatry, using video conferencing, is a validated and effective practice of medicine that increases access to care.”


“The Academy supports the appropriate use of telemedicine as a means of improving access to Board certified dermatologists to provide high-quality, high-value care.”


Why is telemedicine important for Providers?

Telemedicine is the use of technology, such as videoconferencing, to provide medical care remotely. It is important for providers for several reasons.

  1. Increased access to care: Telemedicine allows healthcare providers to reach patients who may not be able to physically visit a healthcare facility, such as those living in rural or remote areas, patients with mobility issues, or patients who are unable to leave their homes due to quarantine or isolation.

  2. Improved efficiency: Telemedicine can help providers see more patients in less time. It eliminates the need for patients to travel to a healthcare facility and reduces the amount of time spent in the waiting room.

  3. Cost savings: Telemedicine can reduce the cost of healthcare for both patients and providers. It eliminates the need for patients to travel to a healthcare facility and reduces the need for providers to maintain physical facilities.

  4. Better continuity of care: Telemedicine allows providers to keep in touch with patients between appointments and can improve the continuity of care. This is particularly useful for patients with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, who require regular monitoring.

  5. Better access to specialists: Telemedicine can improve access to specialists, particularly for patients living in rural or remote areas. By using telemedicine, patients can consult with specialists without having to travel long distances.

  6. Access to remote monitoring technologies: Telemedicine can allow for remote monitoring of patients, such as through wearable devices and home-based diagnostic tools, which can provide valuable data for diagnosis and treatment.

Overall, telemedicine is an important tool for healthcare providers to reach more patients, improve care and increase efficiency, while also reducing costs.

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