Traditional communication methods, such as scanning and faxing, can be time-consuming and burdensome — and ultimately, a security risk for patient information. Cornerstone MFT makes it simple to connect with partner providers securely, and to receive and automatically route files with ease.
For healthcare organizations, it’s critical to comply with national security standards for health information, including HIPAA. That becomes even more complex with ever-evolving clinical applications, electronic health records and diverse IT systems. South River Technologies’ Cornerstone MFT complies with HIPAA for file storage and transfer and provides the necessary access controls to ensure that protected health information is never exposed.
Secure Connections with External Providers
Cornerstone equips healthcare organizations to transfer files between hospitals, providers, specialized physician practices, labs and more. This ensures prompt communication between facilities and rapid care delivery for patients.
Healthcare environments that implement Cornerstone can eliminate time-consuming and inefficient workflows. Secure batch transfers can be scheduled with other healthcare providers, either as a push or pull, and successful transfers can be confirmed. Eliminate logging into multiple systems, supporting legacy scripts and manually supporting the workflow process.
Secure File Submission
External providers can easily and securely send files — without the need to install software or to go through invasive sign-up processes. Simple drag-and-drop functionality replaces faxing or unsecure FTP transfers. Custom forms can be sent to provide meta data for the submitted files.
Documents can be securely sent and received from patients or providers through a simple web interface. Rather than complete new patient forms on paper, patients can simply transfer them to your practice online — without violating HIPAA regulations. This allows for more efficient collaboration with full assurance that patient information remains protected at every stage of exchange, review, and modification.