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CellTrust Announces HIPAA-Compliant Communication Integration Server

Server is available as a hosted cloud solution or as an enterprise solution

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CellTrust Corporation, the recognized worldwide leader in secure mobile communication (www.celltrust.com), today announced that the company has expanded the capabilities of its HIPAA-Compliant Communication Integration Server (HCCIS) to fill the gap between different vendors who provide alert aggregation to handsets, enabling solution providers and organizations utilizing Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) profiles in support of communication standards such as Health Level 7 (HL7), and Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM), to simplify integration with healthcare devices, smartphones, and applications.

"By enabling deep integration of our HIPAA Compliant Communication Integration Server with the hardware and software that medical professionals use to communicate, we are making it faster and easier for healthcare organizations to leverage our secure mobile communications platform," said Sean Moshir, CEO and Chairman of CellTrust. "When a doctor has critical news or a patient has a pressing question, time is precious. The ability to communicate quickly while adhering to HIPAA regulations makes the process less stressful and more efficient."

The CellTrust HIPAA Compliant Communication Integration Server is a tailoring of CellTrust's patented, secure mobile messaging, and voice technologies specifically to meet needs and requirements of the healthcare industry. CellTrust enables healthcare organizations, their patients, and staff to communicate patient information via secure SMS/text messaging, secure voice calls, secure email, and secure 2-way paging, thereby enforcing privacy and security rules.

The HIPAA Compliant Communication Integration Server is available as a hosted cloud solution, or as an enterprise solution, where the server and all data are administered and maintained within the healthcare organization's data center. CellTrust additionally provides a free API interface and SDK to readily integrate with health care applications and devices.

Visit CellTrust at Booth #717 at the mHealth Summit Dec.3rd-5th and see CellTrust's Panel Presentation on Communications, Security, and Location in mHealth Applications and Solutions. CellTrust was recognized as Innovator of the Year by the Arizona Technology Council, Governor's Celebration of Innovation 2012, and was named the #52 fastest growing telecommunications company of 2012, by Inc. 500/5000.

About CellTrust Corporation CellTrust is a leading provider of Secure Mobile Communication and Mobile Aggregation services. For more information, visit www.celltrust.com.

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