(From the editor: This article was originally published on Channel Partner Connection.)
Healthcare and medical institutions want quality printing. They also want access to great features such as controlling their printing devices through a tablet-like interface with apps, and full network connectivity and integration with cloud services.
But just as important, they want to avoid paying fines for noncompliance of federal regulations. Some of the most important features are the right solutions embedded in the device that safeguard against putting them in danger of breaking the law and incurring hefty penalties.
Why is this so important?
Yet the push is toward increased productivity in the form of electronic health records (EHR). So how does one achieve both of these goals?
Xerox’s Healthcare Multifunction Printer Solution is designed to allow healthcare providers to electronically share patient information with the push of a (secure) button. This “share patient information” button allows practitioners to transmit data. This solution allows smaller providers to replace faxing as their primary method of transmitting information, and to stay current with EHR regulations.
Another layer of security is provided by Xerox’s partnership with McAfee and Cisco, delivering multilayered protection that integrates with existing infrastructure. All personal health information is protected by the Advanced Encryption Standard, the highest level of security available.