Secure, reliable and cost-effective solutions that help healthcare facilities remain connected

Secure, reliable and cost-effective solutions that help healthcare facilities remain connected

NetDelivery

  • Provides secure, automated distribution of electronic healthcare information
  • Increases systems interoperability
  • Reduces costs by streamlining workflows
  • Ensures timely access to critical patient information
  • Adapts to your changing requirements — highly customizable at no extra cost

NetSafe

  • Ensures business continuity during a cyberattack — new feature NetSafe CyberVault
  • Provides access to real-time electronic health records during a planned or unplanned network or systems outage
  • Blends easy-to-use interface with highly customizable functions — including designating different levels of access
  • Complies with all HIPAA patient privacy requirements

NetDelivery and NetSafe integrate with any EHR platform or information system — all versions of MEDITECH (including Expanse), Epic, Cerner, Allscripts and many more.

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Interbit Data provides software automation solutions that ensure your patient care teams have secure, uninterrupted and reliable access to clinical and administrative data during planned and unexpected downtimes.

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Interbit CEO Arthur Young on systems compatibility, NetDelivery’s versatility and bridging gaps in interoperability

Two of the hallmarks of Interbit Data’s products are their broad versatility and compatibility with different healthcare information systems. Recently, we caught up with President and CEO Arthur Young for some insight on how the products work alongside electronic health records and other information systems, to dispel some rumors and to talk about how NetDelivery helps address shortcomings in interoperability. […]

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Why disaster recovery isn’t enough in hospitals

Recently, we came across a funny healthcare tweet — which sounds like an oxymoron, I know, but bear with me. It came from the user @DrGlaucomflecken, an ophthalmologist and comedian. He was sharing a TikTok video he made about what happens when a hospital EHR system goes down. In it, a doctor in hospital scrubs is sitting at a monitor, […]

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