Fixus secures messaging

Posted on January 28, 2021 by Paul Mac

Regional Victorian based company Fixus Technologies is at the leading edge of secured
exchanged messaging. Over the last 12 months Fixus Technologies has completed
software enhancements to comply with the Australian Digital Health Agency secure
messaging standards.

The software enhancements allow Fixus Health solutions to be fully capable of working
with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, commonly known as FHIR. These
enhancements allow the standardisation of protocols for systems and directories to
securely interface the exchange of health based information and messages.

Standardised secure messaging enhances interoperability capabilities streamlining
across multiple messaging providers by using a federated provider directory service.
Fixus CEO Paul Mac said, “Secure messaging standardisation allows the Fixus Client
Information Management System to safely interface with major players and practitioners
in the Australian Health sector. The ability to securely exchange messages based on
current and future Australian encryption standards is paramount in protecting digital
Health information.”

Organisations that successfully comply with the Australian Digital Health Agency secure
messaging standards will be placed on an on-line provider registry.
CEO Paul Mac advised, “The full update of the Fixus Client Information Management
System secure messaging enhancements will be completed in the Version 11 product
release and is expected to be operational across all Fixus software programs by April

Fixus Technologies is an innovative leader in the provision of software solutions to the
Health sector. The company services clients across Australia and is a provider of client
information based systems to Primary Health Networks, Healthcare Alliances, Regional
and District Health Services, Mental Health services and State and Federal Health Agencies.