Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, has recently entered into contract with Westlake Medical Center, located in San Pedro, Philippines, to install its PACS and RIS software as part of an effort to improve the patient experience.
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Medicomp Systems, a physician-driven provider of clinically contextual patient data solutions, announced today the launch of its revamped website featuring the advanced capabilities of its sophisticated Quippe Clinical Data Engine, which powers Quippe clinical documentation solutions for optimizing the usability and ROI of EHRs.
Summit Healthcare today announced their partnership with Cayuga Medical Center to assist them with their Continuity of Care Document (CCD) integration through the use of Summit Exchange. The Summit Exchange platform is Summit Healthcare’s solution for solving integration challenges in a more powerful and efficient way, streamlining patient care, and helping organizations meet interoperability and regulatory objectives.
Spok, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Spok Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPOK) and the leader in healthcare communications, announced that Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has improved patient care coordination with Spok Care Connect®, achieving results in the areas of provider communications, electronic health record (EHR) integration, and emergency response. PRMC is a 289-bed community hospital with about 3,300 employees, including 400 physicians, in Salisbury, Maryland. An award-winning regional trauma center, PRMC serves over 500,000 patients each year.
eHealth Technologies, the leading provider of clinically informed referral solutions placed 23rd in the 2017 Rochester Chamber Top 100 Awards. eHealth Technologies has achieved the honor of being in the Top 100 for six years in a row.
Impact Advisors, LLC, a leading provider of healthcare information technology and performance improvement services, announced today that it has tapped Paula Elliott, Vice President, to drive the firm’s new Quality Services team. “One of our hallmarks has always been high quality, and we now intend to double down on this strength, evolving our approach to defining and maintaining quality and how we improve over time,” said Andrew Smith, the firm’s President. He continued, “Paula is an immensely talented leader. She has been invaluable to the growth and success of our firm, and we believe she will excel in this new role.”
University Medical Center, a longstanding customer of Kronos Incorporated, has added the Workforce periOp Scheduler solution to fully automate and streamline employee scheduling in the perioperative services department. The new solution replaces a manual process and has helped University Medical Center increase employee engagement with balanced nurse work schedules and clinician on-call staffing. By providing notice of scheduled cases enabling proactive staff planning, the hospital has reduced fatigue and improved patient safety and staff morale in the operating room – helping enhance the quality of care in surgical services.
HCS, a leading provider of enterprise-wide and easy-to-use, clinical and financial technology solutions to LTACH, senior living, and behavioral health facilities, is proud to be an exhibitor at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting & Expo. This year’s conference will be taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 30th – November 1st.
Velocity Technology Solutions Inc., a global leader in enterprise cloud managed services, announced the successful go-live of The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) enterprise resource planning application suite leveraging Velocity’s Cloud Application Management Platform™ (VCAMP™) on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With this launch at TBHC, Velocity has now brought over 120 healthcare organizations’ mission critical applications live in hybrid cloud environments all over the world.
“We chose Hitachi Capital as our partner because they structure transactions to get them done with the customers’ best interest in mind,” stated Robert Manetta, CEO of Nationwide. “Their understanding and dedication to the healthcare industry enables them to provide us and our customers with the solutions and service we need.”
ClearDATA, a trusted healthcare cloud provider, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Life Sciences Competency status. This designation recognizes ClearDATA for providing deep expertise in building Life Sciences solutions on AWS to help customers conduct drug discovery, manage clinical trials, engage in manufacturing and distribution activities, conduct research and development of novel genetic-based treatments and companion diagnostics.
Healthcare companies, and many others, now must consider a different level of demand from consumers when it comes to payments. We have to deliver on consumers’ anywhere, anytime mindset and their expectations of convenience. The effect even spills over from B2C to B2B, because of course employees of companies are consumers, too. “Treasury is becoming a huge advocate for change,” said Julie Qualiato during the panel. “We are seeing more payment types tailored to different consumer preferences,” added Emily Vaughn. It’s ultimately a question of being nimble to keep up with these new expectations. But we can’t forget risk reduction and security, and we have to be mindful of cost even as we work to meet demand for speed, mobility, and convenience.
Stoltenberg Consulting Inc., a leading healthcare IT consulting firm, announced today that Julie McGuire, Director of Clinical Enterprise Systems at Texas Children’s Hospital, is the 2017 recipient the Stoltenberg Future Fund Scholarship. The scholarship is applied toward secondary education earned at College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) CIO Forums.
Hitachi Capital America Vendor Services (HCA Vendor Services) announced that they have joined forces with Panasas to establish Panasas Credit Services to provide flexible purchasing options and broaden ease-of-ownership for existing and new Panasas customers. Panasas Credit Services offers flexible payment structures and pay-as-you-grow financing to simplify technology, implementation, and managed services expenses. Businesses can finance a complete technology solution, including hardware, software, services, and complementary third-party equipment.
Access today announced that Thibodaux Regional Medical Center in Louisiana has successfully deployed its electronic signatures solution. This will enable the hospital to capture authorized consents and other forms that are part of the admissions packet at the point of entry, without generating, copying or scanning paper.
SPH Analytics (SPH), a leader in healthcare Triple Aim solutions for providers and health plans, today announced a new addition to the Executive Leadership Team. Vikram Natarajan has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Development & IT, reporting directly to CEO, Amy Amick.
We're proud to announce that the PokitDok Platform, Patient Access solution, and Production Network Environment have officially earned Certified status for information security by the Health Information Trust (HITRUST) Alliance.
SCIO Health Analytics® today published an expert article that discusses how provider organizations can leverage predictive and prescriptive analytics to gain deeper insights into patient and provider behavior, helping them thrive during the transition to value-based care payment models.
swyMed, a provider of exceptional-quality video telemedicine solutions, today announced that it has joined forces with the Commission on State Emergency Communications (CSEC) and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) on a program to implement telemedicine between Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers and a select group of trauma centers in rural West Texas. TTUHSC service area covers 108 counties and 131,459 sq. miles, which is larger than New York, New England, and the District of Columbia combined. The objective of the project, funded by Texas House Bill 479, is to improve patient outcomes by using telemedicine technology to bring the judgment of trauma surgeons into the back of ambulances to assess and direct treatment. Currently, patients can be carried 30, 60, 90 minutes or more in an ambulance to the nearest hospital only to find that the facility is not equipped to handle their needs, or they can be airlifted to a Level I trauma center when their injuries could have been handled in a closer local hospital.