SOURCE: Interbit Data

Interbit Data

April 05, 2011 09:39 ET

Interbit Data Introduces Document Manager, Electronic Medical Records Development Software That Helps Achieve Meaningful Use

Hospitals and Other Healthcare Organizations Can Now Assemble Electronic Health Data From Multiple Sources Into a Single Customized Patient Report, Saving Time and Ending Waste

NATICK, MA--(Marketwire - April 5, 2011) - Healthcare providers now have a solution that helps meet Meaningful Use requirements to provide patient-requested medical records by enabling the creation of a single document with data and records from multiple sources. With Document Manager from Interbit Data, hospital personnel can quickly and easily assemble numerous electronic patient files into one document and deliver it securely to patients and third parties, saving time and protecting patient confidentiality. 

"One of the requirements outlined by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for establishing Meaningful Use is to provide patients and others with electronic medical records information on request. Document Manager is the only product that specifically addresses this and does so in an efficient and secure manner," said Arthur Young, president of Interbit Data. "Healthcare organizations deal with an enormous quantity of patient data and can consume precious time gathering it from various departments for fulfilling requests for specific reports. Document Manager speeds the process of getting that information into the hands of those who need it to maintain the high quality delivery of patient care."

Medical records, discharge staff and other hospital personnel no longer need to gather information separately from different departments and send it separately to recipients. Through its ability to streamline the assembly of customized patient reports, Document Manager simplifies the collection of data, saves time with creating and delivering reports, eliminates waste and other problems associated with printing documents, and provides greater control over the final document format. Users can manage how a document is assembled, determining format and layout and creating a cover page and table of contents, if necessary.

Document Manager operates as easily as a printer, assembling any files that can be printed to a LaserJet printer and sending the consolidated documents to any designated recipient. Reports and documents created with Document Manager may be distributed via email, fax or NetDelivery, Interbit Data's report distribution software. They may also be written as a secure and protected encrypted PDF file to USB and/or CD-ROM storage.

All of Interbit Data's products, which include solutions for information distribution, downtime protection and business continuance, and workforce scheduling and management, are being readied for certification as products for achieving Meaningful Use.

About Interbit Data
Founded in 1997 and named to the 2009 and 2010 Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing companies, Interbit Data helps healthcare organizations deliver better, more consistent patient care with secure, reliable and cost-effective software solutions that improve operational efficiency. The company's information distribution products deliver information securely over the Internet in multiple formats, such as fax, print, email, encrypted file or HL7 message format, and integrate it easily into physicians' practice EMRs. Interbit Data's business continuance products give healthcare providers continuous access to patient data in the event of a network or system outage. Interbit Data products are used by more than 650 customers worldwide. For more information about Interbit Data and its NetSolutions products, visit the company Website at www.interbitdata.com.

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