Revolutionize Your Healthcare Operations with Cloud Fax

Convenient, digital faxing that uses healthcare-specific functionality to simplify the management of incoming and outgoing faxes and workflows for teams throughout the enterprise.

As a powerful healthcare-centric solution that can work as a standalone solution or integrate with your existing technology,  Refyne Cloud Fax facilitates seamless bi-directional faxing, reducing the need for printing and scanning while empowering teams to efficiently manage large volumes of sensitive and urgent communications.

Reduce, Streamline, Customize, Expedite


fax infrastructure and hardware maintenance using cloud based technology


communication by supporting Multifunctional Devices (MFDs) and enabling seamless email fax (bi-directionally) along with third party and cold feed integrations


both clinical and non-clinical (i.e., Human Resources, Finance Department, etc.) workflows while reducing paper, empowering your entire enterprise


the delivery of your faxes and reduce manual errors with Vyne Medical’s various levels of fax automation, each option created to fit your organization’s needs and built into your existing infrastructure

The Advantages of Refyne Cloud Fax

Access the System Remotely

Whether in-office or remote, Refyne Cloud Fax makes it easy for teams to manage incoming/outgoing faxes and worklists with encrypted access to captured information


Use as a single-department or enterprise-wide solution with options to fit your unique processes and data needs of each service area in your organization

Healthcare-Centric Solution

Seamless EMR and document management integrations improve departmental performances and workflow efficiencies

Encrypted Exchange Network

Instant fax delivery with close to 7 million endpoints. If a fax number is on our network, it means a successful transmission


Due to time sensitivity in healthcare, faxes do not queue up for delivery and instead, start sending within 30 seconds

Outbound Faxing for the EMR

Can serve as the fax engine for the EMR with the electronic transmission of a multitude of outbound lab results, orders, automated reporting, and release of information requests for enhanced productivity

Advancing Fax Technology Brochure

Typical use of this technology falls along a four-phase spectrum that progresses from basic to advanced:

  1. Paper-based fax transmission and receipt
  2. Digital fax exchange
  3. Healthcare-specific digital fax exchange
  4. Healthcare-specific digital fax on an optimized exchange network

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Case Study: Cloud Fax Reduces IT Burden for Large Health System

At one large academic health system, the fax server would crash multiple times each week, leaving the system down and often requiring several hours to catch back up. This compounded data management workflows that were already tedious.

Vyne Medical’s cloud fax technology enabled the health system to replace its physical fax machines and move all data over to the Trace platform. The technology has reduced redundant solutions, relieved the burden on their IT department and streamlined their workflow.

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Case Study Image Opposite Content: “Cloud fax is allowing us to eliminate literally thousands of physical fax machines, as well as our on-site server,” said an IT leader. “Moving all our fax data to the cloud eliminates server downtime, monitoring and maintenance, and reduces the tickets coming into IT.”

KLAS interviewed organizations identified by vendors as their most advanced users, revealing Vyne Medical’s superior ability to leverage Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology, to identify document types, and pull discrete patient identification information.

Additionally, the report noted how Vyne Medical’s Refyne Cloud Fax, successfully leverages APIs and common fax standards to integrate bidirectionally with EHR vendors and routes data to a queue where it is manually reviewed before being associated to a patient record.