By Brian Main, Lead Developer
As software developers, we’re always working on enhancing our technology. We aim to progress our solutions’ functionality to the leading edge rather than just keeping it up-to-date with the current trends. Applications are typically developed based on the latest operating systems and servers (currently Windows 2016), however the OS that our customers have installed and use can be older, such as Windows 2008 or even Windows 2003. We even have a couple of customer sites still using Windows 2000.
Interbit Data will be among the exhibitors at the 2017 MUSE (Medical Software Users Exchange) International Conference, taking place May 30 – June 2, 2017 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, Grapevine, Texas.
Are clinicians in your hospital having challenges with:
- Locating other clinicians to communicate critical patient data?
Getting messages to other staff or departments in a timely manner?
- Reducing the steps involved with delivering those messages?
If so, your hospital needs a solution for addressing those challenges and improving communications delivery and workflow ─ enabling your clinicians to increase efficiency and provide more responsive patient care.
Ransomware has been in the news a lot in recent weeks following attacks on businesses (less-publicized) and hospitals (Kentucky, Three Hospitals, CA Hospital, etc.). As a service to the healthcare community, we are providing a centralized resource for information on the issue, as well as links to pro-active and reactive remediation.
We announced today that Phelps Memorial Health Center (PMHC) in Nebraska has implemented NetRelay, our healthcare communications platform providing secure text and other features automating HIPAA-compliant message delivery, tracking and workflow across healthcare organizations.