Interbit Data, a leading technology company dedicated to providing hospital care teams with on-demand access to crucial patient data, announces new options for hospitals and health systems to access patient data from anywhere, at any time, to coordinate care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Across the country, healthcare workers are dealing with an influx of COVID-19 patients, time and resources are scarce, and temporary hospitals are springing up at locations from schools to universities to conference centers. It’s extremely critical in these circumstances that front-line workers be able to access patient information such as medication records and comorbidities, no matter where they are, in order to deliver the best possible care for these patients,” says Arthur Young, President and CEO of Interbit Data.
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. Now, to better address COVID-19-related data accessibility needs, Interbit Data will give its nearly 300 NetSafe customers across North America the added option of internet-based access to critical patient information. This additional capability maintains the same HIPAA compliance and makes it easier to ensure patient safety from remote and makeshift locations, which are now approved under CMS’ new COVID-19 regulations. Existing NetSafe customers who choose to take advantage of this feature may access it free of charge through June 30.