Ensure access to crucial information, anywhere.

Efficient. Reliable. Secure.







Interbit Data provides software automation solutions that ensure your patient care teams have secure, uninterrupted and reliable access to clinical and administrative data when and where they need it.

Our Solution:

• Integrates with any EHR platform or information system

• Distributes reports to help care teams stay informed

• Provides access to clinical data at the point of care

NetDelivery Your Care Team Informed

Intelligent, automated distribution of hospital information. Enhance patient care and reduce costs by automating the secure transfer of electronic healthcare records.

NetSafe Patient Safety First

Ensure access to patient information during downtimes, disasters, and cyberattacks. Maintain patient safety with access to real-time electronic healthcare records in the event of a network or system outage.

The possibilities are almost limitless as far as what you can distribute with NetDelivery. We've really just scratched the surface of what we can do.

Cambridge Memorial Hospital
DCH Health System
Hallmark Health
Hancock Regional Hospital
Monument Health
Phelps Memorial Health Center
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center

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