Holmdel, New Jersey (August 13, 2019) – etherFAX today announced its integration with MHK, formerly MedHOK, a leading service provider of integrated medical and pharmacy management solutions. By extending MHK’s technology to the etherFAX cloud-based network, customers can securely send documents to any of etherFAX’s connected endpoints with ultra-fast transmission speeds and guaranteed delivery.
etherFAX supports every major fax server, application, and fax-enabled device, and has more connected endpoints providing end-to-end encryption than any other service. The etherFAX Secure Exchange Network (SEN) is the world’s largest fax network, leveraging military-grade encryption and hybrid cloud technology to provide 100 percent secure communications within healthcare, finance, legal, and enterprise organizations.
In addition to the Secure Exchange Network, MHK will utilize the etherFAX SENx solution offering true end-to-end encryption. Using methods defined by the Elliptic Curve Integrated Encryption Scheme (ECIES), etherFAX SENx ensures information is encrypted from the moment it leaves the sending device or application until it is accepted and validated by the receiving party.
“Our integration with MHK allows healthcare organizations to digitally transmit and receive sensitive protected health information fast and securely,” Paul Banco, CEO of etherFAX said. “etherFAX allows organizations to send more than 100 fax pages in seconds without compromising security or reliability. By supporting advanced document types and providing faster transmissions of high-resolution, full-color documents, etherFAX and MHK can improve business processes, customer service, and patient care.”
“We’re proud to integrate etherFAX’s hybrid-cloud technology into our solutions,” Ryan Smith, Chief Growth Officer at MHK said. “Our powerful cloud-based technology is already known to increase productivity, automate processes, streamline clinical and operational decisions, and enhance quality of care. Now, we can leverage 100 percent end-to-end encryption to provide a more secure and trusted healthcare experience for both providers and members.”