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.

ASK A QUESTION

Efficient. Reliable. Secure.

25+

YEARS IN BUSINESS

800+

WORLDWIDE CUSTOMERS

1000+

SUCCESSFUL DEPLOYMENTS

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.

Efficient. Reliable. Secure.
Doctors and Patients

Bits & bytes

The latest from our customers and blog

HIPAA Mandate: Maintaining Business Continuity During Downtime

HIPAA Mandate: Maintaining Business Continuity During Downtime

HIPAA’s “Security Guidelines” mandate that all healthcare organizations using healthcare data comply with its data security and business continuity standards, and the penalties and fines for noncompliance are substantial. A contingency plan for disaster recovery and business continuity is a key standard stipulated in the HIPAA Security Rules under the Administrative Safeguards Section, so you clearly need to have such a plan in place.

Continue reading
The Costs and Impact of HCIS Downtimes

Costs and Impact of HCIS Downtimes

As mentioned in our previous blog, “The Inevitable HCIS Downtime,” your healthcare information system (HCIS), which houses all your patient information, can be brought down for reasons that are planned (maintenance, upgrades, etc.), but unplanned downtimes can occur at any time due to a number of reasons, including a loss of power, network connectivity, natural disaster, or even a system failure. Network, system and power outages occur annually, and always at a cost and impact to your organization.

Continue reading
The Inevitable HCIS Downtime

The Inevitable HCIS Downtime

What goes up must come down. As healthcare processes have become more and more automated and healthcare organizations transferred to electronic health records to simplify patient data management, a new set of challenges has emerged. Security of electronic patient data is one, mainly due to HIPAA and other governmental regulations. Healthcare information system (HCIS) reliability is another challenge.

Continue reading