EMR EHR Integrations

Secure private health information exchange from any healthcare information system

The healthcare industry is driven by many specialized documents including claims information, lab reports and admittance records. Timely, secure and efficient delivery of these documents is essential for patient-focused and cost-conscious healthcare organizations. Meeting government regulations and initiatives (such as HIPAA and Meaningful Use) that dictate how these communications are handled is also an important consideration.

OpenText fax and document management solutions can help address the challenge of delivering  and managing medical fax and other documents by providing the tools to electronically send and receive documents from the desktop, automating document delivery from a variety of clinical and back-office applications, and organizing them for quick retrieval and archiving purposes. This provides healthcare organizations with the flexibility to securely distribute virtually any document from any application, using a centralized fax and document management solution.

Clinical Platforms that Integrate with OpenText Fax Solutions

Many clinical application vendors recommend using OpenText fax solutions alongside their systems so their customers can gain the most benefit from their platforms.  This includes not only EMR and EHR platforms, but also radiology, lab, pharmacy, and claims processing systems. Below is a sample of the clinical platforms that integrate with OpenText fax solutions.



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"Integration with Epic was a top priority for us. It provides another level of tracking and ease of use for our clients. With RightFax, we have an electronic record of all documents including who generated the faxes, time of delivery, data, and destination." Keith Anetsberger, System Administrator, Information Technology Services,  University of Kansas Hospital

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