Retarus Press Release:
Retarus Cloud Services Enhances Workflow for BP Healthcare
Implementation of Retarus Mail2Fax boosts internal efficiency and drives digitisation for Malaysia’s leading healthcare provider
Munich, 13.07.2017 // Retarus, a leading global provider of professional messaging solutions, today announced that BP Healthcare, Malaysia’s leading healthcare provider, has opted for Retarus Mail2Fax.The cloud-based solution provides essential support in driving digitisation, efficiency and workflow integration forward, while also helping to strengthen the security of patient records.
Today, Malaysia’s healthcare industry is experiencing the impact of digitisation, with increasing volumes of data, and more stringent security requirements since the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) came into force in 2013. BP Healthcare’s aim is no exception: to comply with security regulations, while achieving quicker turnaround times through the deployment of Retarus Mail2Fax.
The ability to send faxes directly from desktops, lab and pharmacy systems whilst adhering to compliance regulations for sensitive patient information, allows BP Healthcare to now dedicate more time to patients’ needs and access to medical services and actively play a role in shaping the future of the healthcare industry.
“We are honoured to provide BP healthcare with a solution that boosts their flexibility and efficiency,” said Oliver Prevrhal, Managing Director of Retarus Asia. “We look forward to this continued collaboration, which will enhance healthcare services to patients and the healthcare industry in Southeast Asia.”
The increased automation and workflow integration also frees employees from time-consuming administrative tasks, facilitating greater efficiency across the company. Retarus’ web-based Enterprise Administration Services (EAS) portal enables quick data search and detailed analysis of fax transmission. Faxes can also be sent out as email attachments and used as digital records, promoting greater transparency and ease of patient record retrieval.
“We selected Retarus because they understood our needs from both the technical and legal perspectives, which were crucial for activities in the highly-regulated healthcare sector,” said Garvy Beh, CEO of Doctor2U & Director of BP Healthcare Group. “In collaboration with Retarus, it was possible to drive innovation and digitization throughout our comprehensive BP Healthcare network and beyond national borders since their solution supports all interfaces and all languages.”
About BP Healthcare
BP Healthcare Group is certainly an undisputable leader in the Malaysia Healthcare Industry, serving more than 35 million customers over the last 30 years and still counting. BP Healthcare provides comprehensive health care in all discipline to cover the needs of Medical Practitioners, Hospitals and Corporate Clients. With capabilities across the entire spectrum of healthcare services, BP Healthcare Group can drive improved patient outcomes and lower overall health costs more effectively than anyone else in this industry. BP Healthcare Group has undergone aggressive expansion and transformation since its establishment in 1982. Over 30 years since its inception the group has grown from strength to strength alongside and in tandem with the nation’s rapid growth.
Since 1992, Retarus has been supporting companies in achieving highly efficient communication. The global information logistics provider with 14 branches on four continents always plays an important role where large amounts of data need to be transmitted securely and reliably –– irrespective of which communication channels, interfaces, applications and devices are required. The services are soundly based on a Global Delivery Network which includes the company’s own data centres in Europe, the USA and the APAC region, as well as fully redundant carrier infrastructure. Half of all EURO STOXX 50 companies and about 20 percent of Dow Jones corporations rely on Retarus’ services. Longstanding customers include Adidas, Bayer, BNP Paribas, Continental, DHL, DZ BANK, Goldman Sachs, Honda, Osram, Puma, Sixt, T-Systems and Sony.