Dallas, TX – March 28, 2018: QliqSOFT, Inc., a leading provider of secure texting service for healthcare today announced the official release of Snap & Fax, a new clinical collaboration solution that allows doctors and nurses to integrate their existing medical faxing solution into their daily, mobile-focused workflow.With Snap & Fax, clinicians can create documents from captured images or share existing PDF files directly from the Qliq Secure Texting mobile app. These documents, which can contain sensitive information such as referrals, lab results, and orders, can then be sent with a cover page to a pre-built list of fax contacts to expedite processing, review, and approval.
“Though certainly an older technology,” says Krishna Kurapati, QliqSOFT Founder and CEO, “faxing is still a core part of healthcare delivery and a major component in collaboration. This is especially true when communicating about referrals from one healthcare organization to another. Snap & Fax removes the burden of clinicians who are still required to track down an available and reliable fax machine to share these important documents with relevant parties.”In addition to sharing sensitive PHI via fax, these documents can also be uploaded to a healthcare organization’s EMR through either HL7, FHIR, or RESTful APIs.Snap & Fax is built upon the company’s existing Snap & Sign architecture which allows e-signatures to be affixed to mobile-captured images and PDFs. The faxing integration component is yet another example of QliqSOFT’s customer-driven innovation through feature requests and product roadmap development.To learn more about QliqSOFT’s Snap & Fax click here.About QliqSOFT, Inc.QliqSOFT is the developer of Qliq, the most secure HIPAA and HITECH-compliant healthcare communication and clinical collaboration platform, which connects doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. For more information on Snap & Sign or QliqSOFT’s entire suite of clinical collaboration solutions, visit us online at www.qliqsoft.com.Media Contact:Ben Henson, Director of Marketingbhenson@qliqsoft.com | 770.688.4689
A lifelong communicator, this Tennessee native got his start in broadcast news before branching out into public media, corporate, communications, digital advertising, and integrated marketing. Prior to joining QliqSOFT as the company's first marketing team member, Ben shared his talents with organizations that include the University of Alabama, iHeartMedia, and The Kroger Company.
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