Last week, CrowdOptic, a company that makes video streaming software for wearable devices, announced a partnership with UCSF in hopes of improving patient care and physician training. The first set of tests will involve recording surgeries being performed for offsite broadcast (similar to what we’ve seen before), but CrowdOptic’s software goes one step further by letting¬†physicians in the room share videos streams. Today, the company today told 9to5Google that they’re including a new¬†yet-to-be officially announced feature: a quick way to ensure HIPAA compliance.

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