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CAGE #: 4MZP8 / DUNS: 790555333

Do you have home health care workers that provide continuity of care services?  Do you need Protected Health Information (PHI) to be securely sent for case review, or to be securely delivered to a specialist for review?  Do you just need a safe environment for your home health care provider to securely store PHI on their laptop in the field outside of their network?

The SDFI Store & Send System is a secure store and forward product with an end-to-end encryption.  Encrypt and store documents and photos on your own network and computer then send them to recipients securely.  The SDFI Store and Send System can be used for photos and all other types of forensic or PHI documents to be stored and moved using 256-Bit Advanced Encryption Standard, easy-to-use software.

The Store & Send System Includes...

One SDFI machine license for up to two registered Windows login users, SDFI Image Management and Security Software System on that one client computer (remote install), up to three hours of initial remote training on the SDFI Secure Store & Send System, 24-month access to the encrypted SDFI File Portal with two GB online temporary storage.  Auto e-mail notifications are delivered to registered SDFI File Portal senders after recipeints download a SDIF Secure File to confirm a chain of custody.  Double-Layer Security.  Able to instantly and permanently remove any SDFI Secure File.  One SDFI Intelligent User Guide for Storing, Securing & Sending SDFI Secure Files, plus a SDFI Guide for downloading SDFI Secure Files.

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SDFI White Reference Guide


A reference guide for legal, technical and medical professionals Interested in learning about the relationship between the three different and distinct response teams that use and support secure digital forensic imaging.

SDFI Is Beyond HIPAA Security 2017 - (Includes all references)


SDFI®-TeleMedicine Security is Beyond HIPAA Security. This FREE download explains how SDFI-TeleMedicine is secure for both forensic evidence and Protected Health Information (PHI). It is beyond HIPAA Security. This also covers how forensic exams are NOT Covered Entities under HIPAA.

Forensic Exams and HIPAA 2017 - (Includes all references)


Forensic Exam Services are NOT Covered Entities under HIPAA.

Forensic Photodocumentation & SDFI-TeleMedicine Demonstration


This (Non-CEU) course is a self directed online SDFI demonstration. It was designed to step you through the science behind forensic photodocumentation. This science defines the basis of SDFI-TeleMedicine's forensic photodocumentation equipment, software, security, education and support that SDFI offers to all SDFI clients. In addition, you will be able to view short video demonstrations of real forensic examiners using SDFI Camera Systems and SDFI Image Management Software while providing a mock forensic exam on actors playing the part of patients/alleged victims. All actors have been de-identified. To request access to our online live demonstration, copy and paste into a browser and fill out the SDFI contact form. Please see the hyperlink.

Secure SDFI-TeleMedicine File Portal 12 Month Access


The SDFI file portal allows you to securely send your data anywhere in the world to recipients with a windows based computer and a high-speed connection to the internet. SDFI applies a second layer encryption to this process, so no one but your intended recipient gains access to your files. Online Yearly SDFI File Portal offers unlimited 24 hour use of the SDFI-TeleMedicine File Portal for a duration of 365 days. Stop burning DVD's, printing, driving or shipping photos to recipients. If you use this once every two months, it pays for itself because it negates and replaces the need for you to do any of those other things. Save time and money by switching to the Secure SDFI-TeleMedicine File Portal today.

The History, Evolution and Standardization of SDFI's Forensic Photography PhotoDocumentation Protocol


Learn, Who, What, Why, When, Where and How the SDFI Forensic Photography PhotoDocumentation Protocol was originated, and evolved since 2003.