Brentwood company's employees will stay with new parent firm [Updated with comments from CredenceHealth CEO Justin Lanning]
Mar 21, 2011 7:50 AM
Nashville health information technology firm CredenceHealth said its CHlive system has achieved certification for "meaningful use in clinical quality measures." CHlive is a web-based application that interfaces with hospitals' existing IT systems and work flows to capture Core Measures data and track performance in those and other metrics. It meets the criteria for calculating and submitting clinical quality measures, as well as all security and IT standards, the company said. The certification from the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology means the system meets some of the measures required for providers seeking federal reimbursement for health IT systems under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
"This certification is a crucial component of the CHlive product suite for our clients to meet their meaningful use requirements, Stage 1 and beyond," said CredenceHealth President and CEO Justin Lanning. "This new module in combination with the entire CredenceHealth product suite creates an even more powerful set of knowledge delivered through our real-time clinical surveillance."CredenceHealth, formed in 2007, has been rolling up customers in recent months. For background on the company, click here.
Jan 13, 2011 9:08 AM
Health information technology firm CredenceHealth has landed a contract with eight-hospital nonprofit health system OhioHealth. The Columbus-based system will use Credence's system for its latest clinical surveillance initiative.
Justin Lanning, President and CEO of CredenceHealth said, “OhioHealth’s vision and drive for efficient effective quality care are apparent throughout the entire organization. Our team is excited about partnering with OhioHealth to provide our innovative real-time clinically focused solutions.”
Jul 21, 2010 10:23 AM
Some Nashville tech players would like to parlay the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s lease at the medical mart into securing the organization’s gigantic annual conference — but it looks like a no-go. At Wednesday’s press event discussing the details of HIMSS’ lease in the Nashville Medical Trade Center, HIMSS President and CEO Stephen Lieber said we just don’t have enough space to get it done. “I need 900,000 gross square feet of contiguous exhibit space. That’s a little more than you’ve got,” Lieber said. “So unfortunately the large HIMSS conference isn’t a possibility.” HIMSS’ conference is the must-attend annual event in the health care information technology, drawing tens of thousands of attendees each year. The 28,000-member organization held the conference in Atlanta this year. It will be held in Orlando in 2011. The Music City Center convention hall, set for an early 2013 opening, will have 350,000 square feet of exhibit space. Justin Lanning, CEO of CredenceHealth and incoming president of Tennessee HIMSS, had said earlier on Thursday he would like to petition HIMSS for the national event when the Music City Center and NMTC are open. “There’s no reason we don’t throw that conference here in Nashville,” he said.
Apr 29, 2010 7:04 AM
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