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Interbit Data Introduces Web Client for NetSafe, Enabling Wireless Access to Critical Patient Data
Interbit Data, a leading provider of software and services connecting people with information for more efficient healthcare, today announced its Web Client for NetSafe, its business continuance and downtime protection software. The NetSafe Web Client provides access to patient records uploaded to the cloud, enabling users of tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices to access critical data wirelessly in the event that power as well as systems and wired networks experience an outage.
NetSafe automatically uploads up-to-date patient information from healthcare information systems (HCIS) to local computers and devices across a healthcare facility, enabling uninterrupted access to critical data during a system or network downtime. The NetSafe Web Client is offered in addition to the computer workstation-based Client for accessing NetSafe's uploaded reports, providing patient data in the cloud as well as on local workstations.
"The primary focus of NetSafe and our earlier downtime protection solutions has always been business continuance. As a result, we have considerable experience in that area, and in discovering ways to ensure that healthcare facilities have the easiest means possible to access the patient reports they need when systems or networks are down," said Arthur Young, president of Interbit Data. "We are always looking for ways that NetSafe can increase the security of patient data. By providing multiple options for access and increasing contingency opportunities, NetSafe demonstrates it does more than deliver downtime reports."
About Interbit Data
Founded in 1997 and named three years in a row to the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing companies, Interbit Data helps healthcare organizations deliver better, more consistent patient care with secure, reliable and cost-effective software solutions that improve operational efficiency. The company's information distribution products deliver information securely over the Internet in multiple formats, such as fax, print, email, encrypted file or HL7 message format, and integrate it easily into physicians' practice EMRs. Interbit Data's business continuance products give healthcare providers continuous access to patient data in the event of a network or system outage. Interbit Data products are used by more than 750 customers worldwide. For more information about Interbit Data and its products, visit the company Website at www.interbitdata.com.