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01/30/2017 For Diabetics, Texting Program Improves Health

When living with diabetes, diligent self-care is essential, and at times overwhelming. The demands of self-awareness and self-care can be exhausting, or simply easy to forget about at times, but a lapse can be dangerous for diabetics. In an effort to make keeping on top of the daily responsibilities of diabetes easier, researchers have begun to explore how texting might be used to lighten this load and improve the health of diabetics.

For Diabetics Text Messaging Improves Health


01/27/2017 Top Carrier Settings for Sending Messages

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01/25/2017 Integration Methods for Public Safety

There are many different ways to integrate PageGate with other programs and hardware and these forms of integration are invaluable to Public Safety and Emergency Management Systems because it allows you to send pages to pagers, SMS to cell phones, Email to email addresses or any combination of the three.

Integration Methods for Public Safety


01/23/2017 SMS Learning Center

SMS Learning Center


01/20/2017 Latest News from NotePage

Welcome to NotePage news. If preferred this newsletter can also be viewed online at: http://www.notepage.net/newsletter-12-06-2016.htm

Verizon Changes
Many of NotePage's customer's use Verizon's public gateway to send messages and have experienced problems lately.  Verizon has updated their receiving SMTP infrastructure and now has a limit on the number of messages you can send to their public SMTP gateway (phonenumber@vtext.com) per day. Customers are reporting receiving a 554 response when attempting to send messages. Learn how you can resolve this issue: http://www.notepage.net/verizon-changes-to-public-smtp-gateway.htm

New Integration Profiles
We are very pleased to announced four new integration partner profiles. All of these partners use PageGate to enhance their existing solutions.

DaPro Systems - CAD System
http://www.notepage.net/dapro-systems/dapro-systems.htm

FireText Response - Emergency Alerts
http://www.notepage.net/firetextresponse/firetextresponse.htm

QED - Medical Dispatch Software
http://www.notepage.net/qed/medical-dispatch.htm

Turn-Key Lone Worker - Personal Duress Alarm System
http://www.notepage.net/lone-worker/lone-worker.htm

Did You Know that NotePager Pro Has Calendar Based Scheduling?
You can schedule a single message or a series of messages and you can configure them to repeat at an interval of your choosing.
http://www.notepage.net/did-you-know-notepager-pro-has-calendar-based-scheduling.htm

Texting Toward Degrees
Texting and schooling: they don't quite seem to work together. But, schools are showing us more each day, they do. We often tend to think of texting as a plague to education, and maybe it has been, distracting leagues of students studying at home and even students who find their focus wavering in the classroom. But schools are turning the tables, embracing the medium in a number of ways to improve the students' experience at school. Could texting become a boon, not a bane, to education?
http://www.notepage.net/learning-center/texting-toward-degrees.htm

How Texting is Helping Victims of Violence
One of the first things many of us do in an emergency situation is text our loved ones, but what if we can't? Often, in instances of attacks, abduction, and other violent acts, the impulse to reach for our phones subsides to the impulse to defend ourselves, and scarcely in such situations are victims even able to access their phones. Thankfully, numerous developers and organizations have found ways to put texting to use to help victims of violence, whether or not they are able to reach for their phones.
http://www.notepage.net/learning-center/how-texting-is-helping-victims-of-violence.htm

Can SMS Improve Medication Compliance
It can be all too easy to miss doses of medication by simply forgetting to take them, and many who are prescribed medication choose not to take it, feeling uncertain about its risks or that they may not need it. In short, medication compliance can be dangerously low; almost one third of patients prescribed medication prescribed to control blood pressure and lipids, medicine that can be critical to a patient's health, are not compliant with their medication.
http://www.notepage.net/learning-center/can-sms-improve-medication-compliance.htm

How Text Messaging is Changing the Hospitality Industry
While waiting at the airport for your rental car, you get a notification on your cell phone. It's a text from your hotel, asking if you would like a drink or food from room service upon your arrival. It may sound like a futuristic luxury, but the fact of the matter is that scenarios like this are not that far off. Text messaging offers a myriad of ways to boost the hospitality industry, and hotels are bound to take note sooner rather than later.
http://www.notepage.net/learning-center/how-can-text-messaging-change-hospitality.htm

How Your Bank is Using Text Messaging?
The introduction of online banking marked an important step for banks into the 21st century; being able to access account information rapidly and remotely is a boon to the modern person. But more and more, online access isn't cutting it; web pages are often less accessible on the go, or less user-friendly on smart phones. Many banks have made these services more accessible by developing banking apps, but what about when Internet or data access falter?
http://www.notepage.net/learning-center/how-your-bank-is-using-text-messaging.htm


01/18/2017 3 Brutally Honest Reasons Why People Do Return Your Text Messages

OK, I exaggerated a bit: Some people return messages — quickly and informatively. But most do not.

This issue was crystallized for me in a recent offhand comment by a business colleague. We were discussing an issue of mutual interest, and she said — in reference to a third person involved in our transaction — He’s a Millennial, so he’s probably not going to return my call, but I’m going to leave him a message anyway.

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01/16/2017 World SMS Birthday: 6 ways texting has evolved since it was introduced

On Dec. 3, text messaging celebrated its 24th birthday. Since the first short message service — or as we call it, SMS — text was sent in 1992, texting has evolved from a rarely used gimmick to one of the most dominant forms of communication. To commemorate the world SMS birthday, here are six ways texting has evolved since it was introduced.

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01/13/2017 FAA Ready to Roll Out SMS

In 2016, the FAA published a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (SNPRM) proposing an SMS requirement of certain certificated airports. Under the proposal, these airports would develop and implement processes and procedures to proactively identify hazards and mitigate unacceptable risk. In addition to safety risk assessment and management, the proposal would require these airports to also deploy confidential hazard reporting systems, provide training and orientation programs, and offer enhanced safety communications. Together, these elements form the building blocks to support an organizational culture that values safe practices.

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01/11/2017 Chemical Messages

It is probably not going to catch on with teens anytime soon, but scientists have found a new way to send text messages: with chemicals.

Researchers at Stanford University have built a device that encodes messages in the same 1s and 0s that our phones and other devices do. But instead of sending them with electrical or radio signals, theirs uses vinegar and glass cleaner.

On one end of the system, a computer translates the message into a series of bits, 1s and 0s. Then it sends pulses of vinegar or glass cleaner down a series of tubes. Vinegar is an acid, while glass cleaner is a base. At the other end, a detector records the changing pH and a second computer decodes the message.

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01/11/2017 Text Message Notification for Web Surveys

Sending texts to survey panel members shortens response time.

Text messaging has grown in popularity in recent years, leading survey researchers to explore ways texts might be used as tools in the public opinion research process. In the U.S., at least, researchers must obtain consent from respondents before they are permitted to send an automated text. This means that text messaging can not be used in standard one-off surveys of the public – surveys where pollsters reach out to a randomly sampled list of telephone numbers. Texting also presents measurement challenges in terms of offering only limited space for writing questions and requiring respondents to type rather than click. While these factors limit the utility of texting for interviewing itself, texting has been explored as a means of alerting people to complete a survey, such as by sending them a link to a web survey.

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01/09/2017 EPA Employees Not ‘Intentionally’ Breaking Law By Deleting Official Texts

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials only archived 86 text messages out of 3.1 million agency employees sent and received in 2015, according to a federal watchdog’s report made public Wednesday by House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Chairman Lamar Smith.

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01/06/2017 The use of secure text orders is not permitted at this time.

iOS 10 has brought its own share of problems since Apple pushed it out, but now there’s a text message that can crash any iPhone running on it. Those who are unlucky enough to receive the text will find that it makes their iPhone crash, and it could bring a sense of déjà vu with it.

In the past, other bugs have caused iPhones to crash via a text message. For example, last year there was a text that crashed the iPhones of those who received it and then triggered a never-ending reboot loop. Then this year, iOS devices were hit by a malicious link on Safari that also caused them to crash. Then last month, another malicious link—a video this time—began circulating. This link was able to crash all iPhones and iPads running on all iOS versions.

iOS 10 patched all of these bugs, but it didn’t take long for a new text messaging bug to appear on the scene.

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01/05/2017 Joint Commission Clarifies Text Messaging Rules for Doctors

All healthcare organizations should have policies prohibiting the use of unsecured text messaging - that is, short message service (SMS) text messaging from a personal mobile device - for communicating protected health information.

The Joint Commission and CMS agree that computerized provider order entry (CPOE) should be the preferred method for submitting orders as it allows providers to directly enter orders into the electronic health record (EHR).
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n the event that a CPOE or written order cannot be submitted, a verbal order is acceptable.

The use of secure text orders is not permitted at this time.

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