Brenda Hopkins, eFax Corporate Chief Health Information Officer, specializes in the area of healthcare interoperability where she is focused on open data exchange of healthcare information inside and outside of the electronic health record and using open platforms and tools such as APIs as a means of sharing. She started her career as a pediatric/neonatal transport nurse and brings a patient/user centered team-oriented approach to technology build and enablement for leading software solutions. Prior to joining eFax Corporate, Hopkins held leadership positions at GE Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente and Adventist Health purchasing, building, implementing and scaling large enterprise electronic health records and ancillary solutions with a strong focus on meeting clinical, revenue, safety, and quality goals in value-based payment models and care delivery programs.
February 05, 2020
Three standards—Direct, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), and cloud fax—all hold promise for helping healthcare organizations more easily share information.
September 07, 2019
Cloud faxing can provide the opportunity for providers to be more productive and lower costs.