Expand beyond faxing for patient clinical document exchange with OpenText™ RightFax Healthcare Direct
Healthcare organizations need to be able to easily share and communicate patient information across an entire network of caregivers, and for years, fax has been the industry standard. But with the rising pressures of government mandates to share health information electronically, healthcare organizations need to easily and efficiently send authenticated, encrypted documents without disrupting their existing workflow processes.
INTRODUCING RIGHTFAX HEALTHCARE DIRECT
A first-to-market fax and Direct messaging solution to improve patient care and drive efficiency
As one of the largest providers of integrated, electronic faxing with EMR systems, OpenText introduces RightFax Healthcare Direct to accelerate interoperability to Direct messaging. Direct messaging is a simple, efficient method to exchange clinical patient information as part of the health care processes, improving patient care and driving efficiency back to the provider.
RightFax Healthcare Direct is a simple way to use your existing OpenText™ RightFax and EMR integrations to send healthcare information via Direct messages without changing the way staff currently sends documents from your EMR. RightFax Healthcare Direct combines fax and Direct messaging into a single, innovative new solution which sends documents from EMR systems as Direct messages when possible, using fax as a failover when not.
RightFax Healthcare Direct leverages your RightFax implementation with the healthcare industry’s only solution to accelerate the adoption of Direct in your community to:
- Utilize the nation’s only reverse directory for fax number to Direct address registration
- Convert outbound fax documents sent from your EMR or other internal systems integrated with RightFax to outbound Direct messages with no workflow processes or clinical system changes required
- Turn incoming Direct messages into files that are easily ingested into EMRs with little to no human intervention
- Through an automatic invitation process, expand interoperability in your community and ensure your current and future capabilities to exchange electronic clinical patient information via Direct
- Improve the coordination of care among providers and increase the quality of patient care