Applications have a direct impact on hospital workflows. While the former captures data, the latter passes it along to inform other processes and procedures. If either is impeded by usability, the consequences can have a ripple effect throughout an entire organization. Sending and receiving patient information fast and securely is critical to delivering quality care.
Utilizing a hybrid-cloud network with built-in redundancy and encryption can solve a huge problem within the healthcare industry – the ability to eliminate busy signals and securely transmit EHRs and other unstructured data.
Direct, digital fax solutions also provide healthcare organizations with the flexibility to send and receive high-resolution documents and health-critical data from today’s popular third-party messaging platforms such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, and even mobile applications. By digitizing and leveraging the security of fax technology with the scalability of the cloud, healthcare organizations can exchange test results, X-rays, and CT scans via applications and mobile devices, doctors can provide medical diagnoses faster than ever before.
Paul Banco, CEO and co-founder of etherFAX, discussed how to digitize workflows and enhance EHR usability in Electronic Health Reporter. Read the full article here.