Are you interested in obtaining Meaningful Use incentives? We can help you qualify by providing critical HIE functionality to your Health IT environment . We have worked with customers ranging from a Large Government Agency, to a HIMSS level 6 inpatient hospital, to a sole doctor’s practice. Our customers include some of the Most Wired Hospitals in the country and we enjoy working with leaders in the Health IT. Let us know how we can help you meet your Health IT objectives.
Some of our customers include:
|Midland Memorial Hospital, the only not-for-profit hospital in Midland County, Texas was established by prominent community leaders with one mission: “to make quality healthcare available to all residents of Midland County”. Midland Memorial Hospital was built with funds donated by individuals, corporations and foundations as a nonprofit, community-based hospital, offering medical care to all Midlanders, regardless of their ability to pay. Midland is on the Top 100 List of Most Wired Hospitals and is a HIMSS Stage 6 facility with a fully electronic medical record. MIdland won CIO Top 100 honors in 2009 in honor of their innovation.|
|In June 2011, EHR Doctors connected with Social Security to implement the health IT initiative in their disability process. The result was a C32 Continuity of Care Document with a full medical record coming out of a VistA EHR system that leveraged NwHIN Exchange as the transport protocol. The data exchange far exceeds what is required by Meaningful Use 2 standards.|
|Ministry Health Care is a mission-driven, integrated health system of clinics, hospitals, home care and related services, located across Wisconsin and into Minnesota. At Ministry Health Care, we earn trust by working together as One Ministry to keep patients first in everything we do. This is Our Promise to our patients, their families and our communities. Visit http://www.ministryhealth.org for more information. Ministry Saint Clare’s Hospital in Weston has been recognized for the sixth straight year as one of the nation’s Most Wired Hospitals according to the results of the 2011 Most Wired Survey released today in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.|