Interbit Data will host a webinar on Tuesday, July 28, to share how hospitals can retain access to patient information in the event of system downtimes, regardless of their EMR.
Interbit Data’s NetSafe is an automated software solution that ensures uninterrupted, HIPAA-compliant access to patient data during system downtimes, including planned updates, power outages, natural disasters, and cyberattacks.
“System downtimes occur for a multitude of reasons,” says Arthur Young, President and CEO of Interbit Data. “When they do, it’s our job to make sure frontline caregivers still have accurate, secure information at their fingertips to make the real-time treatment decisions that keep patients safe.”
The webinar will highlight a case study from a midwest health system that – once they switched EMRs – could not access critical information for some of their applications and departments, because those applications were not linked with the new EMR. As a result, the health system had no way to access vital blood bank data during system downtimes, a lapse that could compromise patient safety and even risk lives.
“During a system downtime, if our patient needs blood during a surgical procedure, we need immediate access to determine their blood type,” explains the Lead Applications Analyst for the health system.
Hospital and health systems, healthcare IT vendors and members of the media are invited to attend the webinar to discover:
- How to ensure access to data during downtimes
- Why EMR downtime solutions may be insufficient
- How automated report distribution can save crucial time and resources
Webinar: Finally! A Solution to Access Patient Data During Downtimes
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Time: 1:00 – 1:45 pm ET