etherFAX to Showcase DirectFax, Mobile and AI Integrations at the HIMSS Conference 2020

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etherFAX's Secure Document Delivery Solutions Improve Workflow Automation and Accelerate Interoperability within Healthcare

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“It’s time to replace fax with etherFAX,” Paul Banco, CEO and co-founder of etherFAX said. “With the ability to transmit unstructured data fast and securely, we are redefining document delivery within the healthcare industry."

etherFAX today announced that it will exhibit its patented hybrid-cloud fax technology at the HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition on March 9-13, 2020 in Orlando. This year at HIMSS, etherFAX will showcase DirectFax™ via the etherFAX Secure Exchange Network (SEN), integrations with Slack, Teams, and mobile, the etherFAX API, and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities with GLYNT.AI. Each of these secure document delivery solutions easily integrate with existing IT infrastructure and electronic medical record (EMR) applications and devices.

etherFAX SEN is the world's largest fax network, leveraging military-grade encryption and hybrid cloud technology to provide 100 percent secure communications. Supporting every major fax server, application and fax-enabled device, etherFAX has more connected endpoints providing end-to-end encryption than any other service. etherFAX SEN securely transports unstructured data with HIPAA, PCI DSS, and SOC 2 compliance. DirectFax via etherFAX SEN enables organizations to send and receive protected health information (PHI) directly to healthcare applications and devices with guaranteed delivery, high resolution, and end-to-end encryption.

“It’s time to replace fax with etherFAX,” Paul Banco, CEO and co-founder of etherFAX said. “With the ability to transmit unstructured data fast and securely, we are redefining document delivery within the healthcare industry. As a cloud-based and virtual solution, etherFAX enables healthcare organizations to send and receive information from a number of endpoints and devices. Best of all, DirectFax guarantees that electronic health records can be easily and securely shared, accessed, and analyzed.”

etherFAX will also exhibit its new mobile and device integrations. etherFAX now allows organizations to send and receive high-resolution documents from today’s popular fax servers as well as third-party messaging platforms including Slack, Teams, and mobile applications. Leveraging etherFAX SEN, organizations can send and receive faxes and PHI documents on Android and iOS mobile phones with near-diagnostic image quality.

Through its partnership with GLYNT.AI, a leading provider of advanced machine learning solutions that transform documents into data, etherFAX is improving interoperability within the healthcare industry and enabling business-critical data, PHI, and high-resolution digital content to be exchanged, interpreted, and utilized cohesively. Together, etherFAX and GLYNT.AI are solving one of the biggest challenges with workflow automation – the ability to identify and extract the silos of data trapped in paper and fax documents for downstream use.

To seamlessly fax-enable any application, the etherFAX API, a web interface based on REST semantics, allows healthcare organizations to integrate fax and document delivery services into their applications in short order. As a scalable and highly available service, the etherFAX API enables organizations to send and receive a high volume of faxes with ultra-fast transmission speeds and guaranteed delivery.

For more information, visit etherFAX at HIMSS Booth #941.

About etherFAX

Founded in 2009, etherFAX® offers a unique solution that extends existing fax server solutions to the cloud. By eliminating the need for costly network fax systems, such as fax boards and recurring telephony fees, etherFAX’s patented technology leverages the Internet to manage all business-critical fax communications. For more information, visit, follow us out on Twitter at, call us at 877-384-9866, or email

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