Holmdel, New Jersey (August 10, 2021) – etherFAX today announced the launch of its Federated Service, a network that serves as the document delivery hub for all participating service provider networks. While most implementations rely on sharing endpoint information and tedious synchronization methods, etherFAX’s Federated Service employs a unique election system that eliminates the need for endpoint sharing while maintaining optimal performance.
etherFAX’s Federated Service digitizes workflows and improves interoperability for healthcare organizations and service providers. Each endpoint is configured within the Federation network, enabling fast and secure Direct Messaging, digital document delivery, patient queries, and data exchange processes via established API standards such as HL7 and FHIR. By creating a Federated system, etherFAX provides services that are intrinsic (Direct Project, NPI integration) and also supports partner and carrier services. etherFAX can easily integrate with intrinsic services in short order.
Through the Direct Project, etherFAX accepts destination fax numbers or email addresses. If an email address is used as part of the standard workflow, the Direct Project services will be queried to see if a valid endpoint exists. If so, the document and data are encrypted using the destination’s direct project email certificate and are delivered to the recipient’s inbox as a secure message/attachment.
Through NPI services, etherFAX accepts a 10-digit NPI number and has the option to use the NPI as a direct endpoint or as an indirect link between the NPI and a physician’s fax number or Direct Project address. Additional profiles may be added that allow for CCDA, FHIR, HL7, and other forms of healthcare-centric documents. To reduce administrative and physician burnout, etherFAX’s Federated Services can be implemented without having to change a single workflow.
To learn more about etherFAX’s Federated Services, email: email@example.com