AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging
With AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging, physicians and their staff can confidentially and securely refer patients and exchange patient information.
Your AMA dr2dr account
As part of the new service delivery model for AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging, all AMA members have been provided with a secure messaging account at no charge for the duration of the (extended) free trial period, which expires October 2017.
Activate your account or opt-out
In association with providing all members with AMA dr2dr accounts, the new service delivery model provides account holders with the option to either "Activate" their account or "Opt Out".
You're invited ... AMA dr2dr Address Book
A new feature of the AMA dr2dr Address Book is the "Invite" option. This option enables a current (active) user to send a system "Invite" message to a physician colleague noted in the Address Book as having an "inactive" status, to initiate (or activate) his/her AMA dr2dr account and begin communicating securely.
Along with the extension of the free trial period and providing accounts to all members, the Address Book "Invite" option is a direction supported by the AMA Board of Directors for the purpose of helping to build the critical mass of users necessary to achieve optimal value from AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging.
NOTE: Email addresses will not be displayed or accessible and system invites cannot be sent to physicians who have opted out of AMA dr2dr. If you would like your name removed from the AMA dr2dr Address Book, please call 1.844.56.DR2DR (37237) and request removal.
Manage your AMA dr2dr account
Your AMA dr2dr account can be accessed and managed through:
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Learn more about AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging: why you need it and how it works; how it can improve the success (not to mention security) of your business communications; access many, helpful technical support resources available through Microquest; and manage your AMA dr2dr account.
- Are you conducting a risky business? The time has come for secure messaging (May-June 2016, Alberta Doctors' Digest)
- Calgary medical clinic shaves months off wait times with simple solution: secure mail (June 2016, CBC.ca news)
For more information on AMA dr2dr Secure Messaging, contact:
Secure Messaging Lead
Alberta Medical Association