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The Information Advantage is improving patient outcomes

Exchange sensitive information easily and securely via fax

Nearly half of patient information is still transmitted by paper-based fax, according to an IDG QuickPulse report on paperless fax technology. Among the disadvantages of paper-based fax are clinical inefficiencies, labor-intensive processes, limited access to patient information at the point of care and slow care coordination between providers—all of which increase costs and put patient care at risk.

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The Future of Fax in Healthcare Is Paperless

This IDG QuickPulse report highlights research from a survey that reveals fax is at a crossroad where more than two-thirds of respondents say they think paper-based faxing should be phased out, but only 4 percent say all faxing should be eliminated. Learn why digital fax has a vital role to play in the secure exchange of patient information and what is the future of fax.

Analyst Brief: The Future of Fax in Healthcare is Paperless