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There's a Bright Future of Faxing, Other IT Practices for the Healthcare Industry
Fax Solutions recently addressed challenges and advantages of IT solutions within the healthcare industry in a new blog post, suggesting more efficient styles of medical data storage and encouraging healthier attitudes by healthcare providers towards their customers.
The HIMSS tradeshow this year exhibited a number of creative approaches to confronting issues in security, privacy and regular instances of communication. Especially since new regulations in compliance means more work, businesses are eager to get their hands on software that cut as much maintenance and confusion as possible, and ultimately nourish their bottom line.
The entry emphasized fax-based management solutions, such as cloud-based or Open Text communications, and their value to insurance providers/clients who may find the most stress in transferring materials back and forth.
OpenText drops all paperwork onto a single wavelength, digitizing the contact, delivery, tracking and receipt processes involved in traditional faxing methods.
Fax Solutions previously examined the Las Vegas tradeshow more closely, reciting a natural ubiquity in the use of fax servers for data transfer in the healthcare industry. “Fax remains the lowest common denominator for secure information sharing amongst healthcare providers, whether for a small physician practice, a large 100+ bed hospital or anyone in between,” according to the source.
OpenText recently heeded issues in compliance violations, which, according to TMC’s (News - Alert) Juliana Kenny, are dangerously high in the healthcare industry. The company will participate in a webinar next week to discuss the ways in which digital faxing can limit instances of faulty or insufficient material and simplify the consequences involved.
The HIMSS tradeshow assembled a breadth of healthcare professionals with a keen eye to the efficiency of currently one of the most controversial markets in the country. Writers at Fax Solutions share their excitement to see how both faxing and the rest of the IT services spectrum will help businesses engage patients in the future.
Edited by Jamie Epstein