SecureCare Technologies, a healthcare information technology company, has launched Sfax as part of an integrated and automated faxing system within Addison Health Systems’s WritePad, an electronic medical record system used to track patients, create exam notes and compile detailed patient reports.
SecureCare said that Sfax presents WritePad customers with automated fax workflow documentation system. By automating the faxing of incoming and outgoing faxes and by routing them accurately to specific patient records, Sfax is expected to streamline the electronic medical record (EMR) process.
Greg Winterkamp, CEO and founder of Addison Health Systems, said: We selected SecureCare because of their focus on healthcare and their understanding of our customers’ needs. Sfax proves to be the most cost-effective solution and an ideal fit for Writepad users’ workflow needs.
All of our customers have made the decision to move towards a paperless office and to automate their processes. With the addition of Sfax our customers can now be truly paperless and thus we expect an extremely high adoption rate. By integrating and automating the fax process and having the fax documents attached to the specific patient file, we will have a greater competitive advantage.
Dennis Nasto, CEO of SecureCare Technologies, said: Addison Health Systems is a perfect partner for us because they understand that faxing remains an important part of a physician practice even for those physicians that use EMRs. They understand that the key to successful adoption of Sfax is by integrating and automating the fax workflow while attaching that information to the specific patient file.