Networking vendor Surescripts will substantially expand its offering of secure messaging software with the announcement of 19 state health information exchanges and health information service providers as new customers.
Surescripts, best known for its nationwide electronic prescription network, announced in October 2010 an investment in secure messaging vendor Kryptiq as its first move into transmitting clinical data. The initiative quickly gained momentum in late 2012 when Surescripts acquired Kryptiq, whose technology is based on the federally developed Direct Project protocols. Clients since then include Rite Aid, Merge Healthcare, NextGen Health Information Systems and Epic Systems Corp.
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