Hushmail for Healthcare is an encrypted email service that can be used by healthcare providers. Your confidential healthcare information must be protected because of PIPEDA and PHIPA laws. This means healthcare providers cannot send confidential information over the internet that is not encrypted or protected in some way. By using Hushmail, I can email you confidential information (e.g., reports, letters, or completed forms).
How to Open a Hushmail Message:
The first time you are sent a Hushmail, you will receive an email notification. Then you will be asked to create a passphrase/ password to open the message (I don't create your passphrase or know your passphrase). Please remember your passphrase. Fortunately, most web browsers can save the passphrase for you (but only do this on devices that are not shared)! You can use your browser's preferences to activate this feature. Alternatively, you can open the Hushmail message by signing in with your Google, Apple, or Microsoft account.
What to do if you forget your passphrase:
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