Biscom’s work uniting technology with the health care industry goes back nearly a quarter century
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 29, 2010
Biscom, Inc. (http://www.biscom.com), a technology leader in secure health care communications, will join federal, state, and private sector leaders this morning at “Health Information Technology: Creating Jobs, Reducing Costs, & Improving Quality/A National Conference”, a two-day event hosted by Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick, to exchange ideas that will help drive down the costs of health care through advances in technology.
S.K. Ho, Biscom’s founder and chairman, will sit on a pre-conference panel* , comprised of a dozen CEOs from leading Massachusetts health IT companies, entitled, “CEO Summit: The Business End -- Controlling Health Care Costs and Spurring Economic Growth,” moderated by Governor Patrick. For more information on Biscom technologies and vision, visit Booth #42 at the national Health Information Technology (HIT) conference, opening today at the Westin Waterfront Hotel in Boston, MA, and running through April 30.
“Biscom’s work uniting technology with the health care industry goes back nearly a quarter century,” said S.K. Ho, the company’s founder and chairman. “Looking ahead, we believe that new technologies, like our FAXCOM Fax Server, FAXCOM Anywhere enterprise and hosted fax solutions, Biscom Delivery Server, and DiNet™, will help health care organizations deliver information securely using the Internet to achieve meaningful use and successful EHR integrations, resulting in reduced health care costs and improved treatment quality and patient outcomes.”
Biscom’s participation in the HIT conference reflects its years of experience providing secure information exchange solutions to thousands of clinical practitioners worldwide as well as to payers and providers, including the Massachusetts General Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston Medical Center, Emerson Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Maine Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center, CVS Caremark, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Delta Dental of Rhode Island. With its proven solutions for electronic delivery and fulfillment of pharmacy orders, medical billing, clinical trial reports, claims, clinical scheduling, and medical records communications, Biscom will be a leader in this field for the foreseeable future.
At the HIT Conference, Biscom will present several health information technology solutions, including:
- DiNet™ (http://dinet.biscom.com) – secure point-to-point exchange of high-definition medical images that includes not only the images and charts but also the associated patient and provider metadata – enabling real time collaboration among physicians to improve patient outcomes.
- Biscom Delivery Server (BDS) – (http://www.biscomdeliveryserver.com/customers/healthcare.html) an enterprise Secure File Transfer (SFT) solution that enables users to send large files that contain PHI securely, while maintaining a complete transaction and audit trail.
- FAXCOM – (http://www.biscom.com/products_solutions/faxcom_healthcare.htm) reduces paperwork by integrating fax with EMR systems, such as Centricity® Electronic Medical Record from GE Healthcare, as well as automated rules-based fax processing workflows for hospital procedure scheduling and billing.
A Chelmsford, Massachusetts-based company founded in 1986, Biscom pioneered the fax server and host computer integration marketplaces with its award-winning FAXCOM enterprise fax management solutions. Concurrently, Biscom acquired or developed new technologies that provide many of the world’s largest health care organizations and thousands of other companies with enterprise communications solutions. Offered in conjunction with solutions from such partners as GE Medical Systems, Siemens, and McKesson, Biscom’s FAXCOM products integrate with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems. Looking forward, Biscom continues to evolve as a provider of secure document delivery, file conversion and image viewing, and enhanced messaging solutions.
*To be held at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA.