Your security and privacy is important to us

During a Direct2Care visit, your patient data is kept secure through various methods and technologies to ensure privacy and confidentiality.


Your healthcare information is between you and your Direct2Care provider ONLY. It will never be shared with your employer.


All communication between the patient and healthcare provider during a Direct2Care visit is encrypted, meaning that the data is scrambled and unreadable to anyone who doesn't have the appropriate decryption key.

Secure platforms

Direct2Care is designed to be secure and comply with privacy regulations, such as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

Secure data storage

Direct2Care stores patient data securely to prevent unauthorized access or data breaches. D2C uses encrypted servers with firewall controls and intrusion detection systems.


Patients must provide informed consent for their healthcare information to be shared during a Direct2Care visit. This ensures that patients are aware of how their information will be used and who will have access to it.

Want to learn more?

Direct2Care takes patient data security seriously. You can read more about our privacy practices here.

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