Secure Exchange Solutions’ Exceptional Performance for Customers Validated in KLAS 2021 First Look Report

Rockville, MD, August 9, 2021 – Secure Exchange Solutions (SES), the leading platform provider of cloud-based clinical data exchange software, today announced that KLAS Research, a leading healthcare IT research company, highlighted SES in a 2021 First Look Report titled Secure Exchange Solutions: Enabling Connections Between Healthcare Communities. The research report highlights customers’ use of SES offerings and their exceptional experience working with the vendor.

Secure Exchange Solutions Demonstrates Nationwide Clinical Exchange Impact at HIMSS21

Rockville, MD, August 5, 2021 – Secure Exchange Solutions (SES), the leading platform provider of cloud-based secure clinical data exchange software, is featuring their interoperable exchange platform at the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, August 10-12, 2021.

SES technology solutions are proving to transform clinical data exchange,

DirectTrust Reports Continued Solid Growth during the First Quarter

Number of Direct Exchange transactions increased 21%, reached nearly 2.3 billion since tracking began in 2014; now averages 57+ million transactions monthly

Source: DirectTrust

WASHINGTON, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DirectTrust today reported continued steady growth in the number of Direct exchange transactions, patient/consumer use, trusted addresses, and network users during the first quarter of 2021.

Secure Exchange Solutions Recognized by Gartner for Clinical Data Integration

Rockville, MD, April 22, 2021 – Secure Exchange Solutions (SES), the leading provider of cloud-based clinical data exchange and AI-powered clinical data retrieval technologies, today announced its recognition by Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company, as a representative vendor for clinical data integration in its April 2021 report, Clinical Data Integration: IT Readiness Assessment and RFP Questions for U.S.

Lyniate Collaborates with Sensato and Secure Exchange Solutions to Further Empower Provider and Public Health Organizations

Boston, MA – March 16, 2021 – Lyniate, a global leader in healthcare data interoperability, today announced new partnerships with two healthcare technology innovators: clinical exchange technology provider Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) and healthcare cybersecurity firm Sensato. These partnerships will build on Lyniate’s mission to create a truly interoperable ecosystem by encouraging and facilitating collaboration among healthcare technology providers.

Two Use Cases for Improving Outcomes with ADT Notifications: Part III

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Learn how two large health systems realized better health outcomes by creating efficient ADT notifications.

February 08, 2021 – May 1 marks an important deadline for hospitals to comply with a requirement to send electronic admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) event notifications to all providers primarily responsible for a patient’s care as a condition of participation for Medicare and Medicaid.

SES XDR for MEDITECH Hospitals

Secure Exchange Solutions complements your MEDITECH Direct implementation, allowing you to quickly meet requirements in the way that best fits your workflows.

  • Direct Secure Messaging and Bi-directional XDR interface support for MEDITECH Expanse implementations
  • Meet CMS Promoting Interoperability Program requirements for transmitting, receiving, and incorporating transitions of care
  • Fully integrated with your MEDITECH EHR and Patient Portal
  • Integration with Third-Party Patient Portals
  • Join the hundreds of MEDITECH hospitals that have selected SES
  • Access our exclusive reporting portal for auditing and control
  • Secure,

Direct Secure Messaging Improves Collaboration, Workflow Efficiencies and Safety Amid the Pandemic

Join us on November 17, at 12 PM ET for the webinar, Power of Direct: How Electronic Communications Improves Workflow Efficiency and Safety During the Pandemic, which examines a typical referral and communications sequence in the management of a patient with diabetes, a chronic high-risk use case with serious implications during the COVID pandemic.

Global Health Equity Week Reinforces Value of Health Information Technology to Positively Impact Care Delivery

In crisis care settings, it is imperative that providers and care teams know the status of their patients at any given time. The pandemic amplified this need, exposing both the vulnerabilities and the opportunities in our healthcare communications. Also, it emphasizes the important role health information technology plays in improving patient care.

HIMSS Global Health Equity Week,