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Collaboration Tools for PHI and High Risk Data

If you work with High Risk Data or protected health information (PHI), use these recommended tools to maximize collaboration and keep your information safe

Recommended tools for High Risk Data, including PHI

Stanford offers these collaboration tools for those who work with High Risk Data, including protected health information (PHI) as a part of their job.

Video Conferencing: Zoom

Hold productive video conferences with Zoom, which provides the best video conference experience at Stanford.

Learn more about Zoom

Softphone: Jabber

Use your computer or mobile device as your Stanford telephone by using Jabber softphone.

Learn more about Jabber softphone

Instant Messaging: Jabber

Use Jabber as your go-to instant messaging tool for High Risk Data that includes PHI.

Learn more about Jabber instant messaging

File Sharing for Protected Health Information (PHI): Medicine Box

Use Medicine Box to share files and collaborate on projects involving PHI.

Learn more about Medicine Box

Recommended tools for High Risk Data that doesn’t include PHI

Stanford offers these collaboration tools for those who work with High Risk Data, not including protected health information (PHI) as a part of their job.

File Sharing: Google Shared Drives

Share files and collaborate on projects using Google Shared drives.

Learn more about Google Shared drives

Instant Messaging: Stanford Slack Grid

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Chat with individuals and groups from anywhere, anytime.

Learn more about Slack

Things to Consider

  • You cannot have both a Stanford Box and a Medicine Box account.
  • Stanford Healthcare (SHC) and Stanford Children's Hospital (SCH) are not part of the Stanford Slack Grid. People at SHC and SCH need to be invited as guests to join one or more channels if you want to message them via Slack.