Kryptiq creates software components for physicians and their staff to activate and mobilize health data. Kryptiqâ€™s affordable, pragmatic tools help healthcare organizations increase revenue capture, improve efficiency, and measure and enhance patient services.
Kryptiqâ€™s Secure Messaging technology is the platform for Surescriptsâ€™ Network for Clinical Interoperability. In addition, more than 40,000 providers use Kryptiqâ€™s software to seamlessly integrate with other health information technology systems, such as electronic health records, practice management systems, health information exchanges, and more. Kryptiqâ€™s software includes Secure Messaging, Automated Clinical Messaging, Patient Portal, ePrescribing, patient revenue capture and document management.
Many of Americaâ€™s top providers and leading healthcare IT vendors utilize software from Kryptiq, including GE Healthcare and Vitera (formerly Sage Software), to improve business results and enhance care. Organizations such as Providence Health System, MedStar Health, Village Health Partners and MeritCare Health System turn to Kryptiq to achieve new levels of data mobility and accessibility.
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