j2 Cloud Services™, a world leading provider of digital cloud fax solutions, will showcase its portfolio of “interoperable” secure cloud fax solutions, including eFax Corporate®, Sfax® and MyFax®, at the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference & Exhibition.
As a HIMSS Emerald member, eFax Corporate’s presence at HIMSS is slated to be one of its strongest ever!
The j2 Cloud Services portfolio of all-digital cloud fax solutions, including eFax Corporate, Sfax and MyFax, replaces the need for antiquated analog fax machines and paper-based faxing with an on-line document transfer service that is both secure and HIPAA compliant.
Given the government mandates to eliminate paper-based faxing by 2020, cloud fax enables healthcare providers and payers to meet those requirements today by replacing analog fax with a digital service that sends and receives documents by secure email or web portal and integrates seamlessly with Direct Messaging solutions.
With eFax Corporate, documents in transit are protected with TLS 1.2, the security protocol specifically endorsed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for protecting healthcare data in motion.
With Sfax, protected healthcare information can be safely accessed via secure web portals which employ AES-256bit encryption to protect ePHI data at rest in accordance with NIST recommendations.
MyFax was recently selected as the exclusive cloud faxing solution for NextGen Healthcare. NextGen subscribers can simply activate the MyFax service to begin streamlining workflows, sending and receiving faxes within the NextGen Fax Manager, as well as outside of the platform.
eFax Corporate will also show off its new secure Mobile App that enables healthcare professionals to view and respond to requests while making their rounds or even when outside the facility. The new secure Mobile App will be available for both iOS and Android users. Representatives will also be on hand to answer questions about our RESTful APIs that offer integration with electronic health record (EHR) systems.