|By Business Wire||
|March 31, 2014 07:01 AM EDT||
Inofile announced today it has received multiple message validations from Surescripts for its Kno2TM clinical document exchange platform. The process validates the ability of the Kno2 platform to send and receive electronic messages according to industry standards and ensures its accessibility to the most comprehensive ecosystem of healthcare organizations nationwide through the Surescripts network.
“Since we envisioned Kno2, our focus was to create a platform that any healthcare organization could easily access to share critical patient information with care partners, regardless of budget challenges or technology adoption,” said Therasa Bell, president, chief technology officer, Inofile. “Through our connectivity to Surescripts and its expansive healthcare information network, we have added unrivaled accessibility to the Kno2 platform. This is a significant step in connecting all members of the healthcare continuum.”
Kno2 software is accessible via the cloud, scanners, multi-function devices and leading health information networks such as Surescripts. Because medical organizations use a wide variety of systems and non-standardized formats ranging from faxes to EMRs, Kno2’s standards-based technology enables healthcare providers to provide faster, more secure and accurate transfers of care, referrals and other record-sharing activities.
“We appreciate the diligence of the Inofile team and their vision of connecting every member of the healthcare ecosystem to improve all points of patient care,” said Jeff Miller, executive vice president and general manager, Clinical Network Services at Surescripts. “Inofile shares our vision of enabling health information exchange when and where it’s needed, so all members of the healthcare community are connected and empowered to make the best care decisions possible.”
Kno2 is now available via subscription for all healthcare settings, from practices with paper-based patient files to organizations with fully implemented electronic medical records (EMR). To learn more about Kno2, visit http://www.inofile.com/solutions/kno2.
Inofile technology creates vital links to simplify healthcare. Its groundbreaking software solves one of the most complex and overlooked problems facing healthcare, transforming unstructured medical information into a common, standards-based format. Inofile connects the healthcare continuum with simple, cost-effective technology designed to integrate into any patient care setting. Learn more at www.inofile.com.
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