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RightFax in an IP Environment

RightFax was designed as a flexible centralized document delivery hub, which can support FoIP, traditional PSTN or both.

How Faxing is used for Healthcare, Pt.1

OpenText RightFax, the premiere enterprise fax server solution is the preferred choice for a variety of healthcare information systems (HIS). Using these systems, healthcare professionals are able to develop a secure way of electronically transferring confidential patient information. Through universal Multi-Function Printer (MFPs) integration, RightFax supports faxing paper-based documents. Utilizing electronic records, many organizations integrate RightFax directly with their EMRs or EHRs–eliminating the need for standalone fax machines while maintaining privacy compliance with a complete audit trail information.

Top 5 Things to Consider When Migrating Your Organization from an On-Premise Fax Server System to a Cloud-Based Fax Solution

Cloud-based fax service could great alternative to an on-premise fax system. We have outlined the top 5 things to consider before migrating to a cloud based fax service.


If you have problems sending and receiving faxes, inbound faxes may arrive on the fax board but do not show up in FaxUtil. Outbound faxes remain showing in FaxUtil with a status of Waiting To Be Sent.

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How Faxing is used for Healthcare, Pt. 2

For many providers, RightFax has proved to be a vital bridge between the paper and digital worlds as well as a platform for maintaining critical, HIPAA compliant communications between providers not on the same EHR system.  In some hospitals, fax machines, either on site or in remote clinics, have become the favored means of digitizing paper and routing documents into their EHR systems.

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IP Faxing Methods Supported by RightFax

RightFax offers flexibility when it comes to deploying FoIP. Organizations can choose software, or a combination of hardware and software solutions depending on individual requirements, making it easy for companies to leverage their IP infrastructure.

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Turning Information Delivery into a Strategic Advantage, Part 1

Delivering information via standard or overnight postal services or manual fax has substantial shortcomings. Manual processes are costly. In large organizations, the volume is huge-thousands to hundreds of thousands of documents per month. Mailing them costs $1.20 or more per document (printing, postage and labor), while automated faxing costs $0.10 per document (figures based on US dollars).

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