Yes, our technology allows us to interoperate with virtually any host system, including all major HCIS vendors such as MEDITECH, EPIC, Cerner, etc.
There are no “one-time” charges for changes to rules (templates). New rules or modifications to existing rules are covered as part of maintenance.
Our products are sold on a “site” license basis. Each site is allowed unlimited users.
The site is responsible for hardware, allowing you to maintain your existing platform standards. Interbit provides basic platform recommendations and will assist with any configuration questions.
A typical implementation takes six to eight weeks, but that timeline can vary based on hospital resources provided. During implementation, we install the software on your server and then work with and train your team on how to use the product. Typically, we like to go live with a subset of users before rolling out to all recipients.
Your EMR may have a downtime solution but it can be limited. For example, it may not allow you to access patient data if your network is down or if you are unable to access the Internet. It may also be limited to core vendor systems and exclude other critical information. NetSafe eliminates these types of failure points.
Ask your cybersecurity vendor how you can access data if an incident has compromised your entire network and no existing devices are available, as can happen with a ransomware attack. NetSafe CyberCrisis Vault is isolated and protected from the network that is affected by a cyberattack, so you can still reliably access information.
Yes, NetSafe allows you to utilize our web client, which can run on any web-enabled device, including mobile devices. Interbit can also assist in setting up HIPAA- or FIPA- compliant external hosting of NetSafe information.
As a site license, we allow an unlimited number of workstation locations at your site.
No, our technology utilizes dynamic information in the data stream to drive user-defined rules. That eliminates the common problems of broken scripts, inability to send data and lengthy waits until the script is restored.
NetDelivery allows recipients to receive information in multiple different formats, including TIFF, TXT, HL7/FHIR and PDF. It also accommodates more than a dozen delivery methods, including email (as text, attachment or weblink), publishing to a secure web site, fax, or distribution lists, with each recipient able to designate their preferred method and alternatives.
No, you can purchase whichever delivery methods you need. For example, you can purchase fax only or email only and then add other modules as your needs evolve.
Yes. Our NetFoIP option allows you to virtualize faxing using your existing phone system, an external provider, or even POTS lines.
Yes, Interbit offers an Enterprise Desktop Fax solution that supports inbound faxing as well as on-demand outbound faxing.
Yes, NetDelivery works with all major HCIS systems, including Cerner, MEDITECH, Epic and Allscripts.