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Notable Solutions Showcases Healthcare Solutions for Secure Document Management and Mobility at HiMSS14 Conference and Exhibition

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/24/14 -- Notable Solutions, a leading provider of secure information collection and output management solutions, will showcase its healthcare products in Booth #4349 at the annual 2014 Health Information and Management Systems Society (HiMSS14) Conference, February 24-27 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

Notable Solutions enables health care organizations to securely capture, process and route all health, patient and financial documents at patient admittance as well as at the point of care. With streamlined workflows to keep business moving forward, Notable Solutions' HL7C-CDA compliant software helps reduce potential HIPAA violations and addresses security risks commonly found with scan, fax and email systems.

Leveraging commonly used devices such as tablets, MFPs and printers, Notable Solutions also helps reduce the time physicians and caregivers spend inputting patient data and doing administrative work and enables them to focus more of their time to treating patients.

While at HiMSS14, Notable Solutions will demonstrate how healthcare organizations of all sizes can:

  • Substantially improve the input and output of critical healthcare information;
  • Create secure and efficient workflows for patient records and information;
  • Enable audit trails and reporting for scan to fax, email and folder; and
  • Quickly complete and deliver e-forms for patient referrals, prescriptions and admittance documents from a mobile phone or tablet.

"Notable Solutions is committed to meeting the challenging needs of healthcare providers with innovative solutions to help mobilize and secure patient information," said Mike Morper, vice president of Marketing at Notable Solutions. "HiMSS14 attendees will be able to see firsthand how Notable Solutions can address their most critical document management challenges while dramatically improving productivity and achieving greater participation in their workflow processes."

Notable Solutions at Work

Notable Solutions is at work in several Veterans' Administration healthcare facilities across the U.S. including 11 medical centers in the northeast where its flagship solution, NSi™ AutoStore®, provides secure scanning of both administrative and patient records into a shared drive, as well as a secure print system. With access via a PIV card and PIN, users are able to access files and print jobs even if they are not in their home office. According to Tim Harding, Region 4 IT Analyst for the Platforms and Operating Systems Department, "Notable Solutions provides us with one solution that's deployed throughout the region, replacing unstandardized individual solutions at each site. We're now more efficient, more collaborative and more secure."

Notable Solutions has also driven success at Northwood Health Systems in West Virginia which serves about 3,000 patients annually. IT Director Tom Dzmura points to the flexibility of Notable Solutions as a key factor. "Notable Solutions provided us a true enterprise class solution. We are able to easily and intelligently scale to process thousands of documents simultaneously by leveraging its multi-server architecture to load balance the work."

Notable Solutions will also be demonstrating its suite of solutions for healthcare providers in Ricoh booth #4029 and Konica Minolta booth #3739.

For more information about Notable Solutions at HiMSS14, please visit: http://www.notablesolutions.com/himss2014/

About Notable Solutions
Notable Solutions is an established leader in secure information collection and output management solutions which enable organizations to centrally define their information flow and collection strategy. The company's products blend industry-leading mobile and document capture with intelligent routing and secure delivery of information into virtually any business application or destination. As a result, greater participation in an organization's business processes is achieved, affording internal staff as well as external partners and customers the ability to easily contribute to the business workflow.

Ranked among the fastest growing companies in North America on Deloitte's 2012 and 2013 Technology Fast 500, Notable Solutions serves nearly twenty thousand global customers with offices in Rockville, Maryland; Gainesville, Florida; Wetzlar, Germany; Stockholm, Sweden; and Sao Paulo, Brazil. For more information, please visit: www.notablesolutions.com

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Notable Solutions, Inc.
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