Digital health care records company Shareable Ink will take space in the first office building to open in oneC1TY, Nashville Business Journal reports. The Nashville-based company, which has 25 employees, will move from its Cummins Station office in SoBro. To be anchored by Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance, the building is slated to open by November. Read more here.
Eleanor Kennedy at the Business Journal has caught up with the happenings at health care technology company Shareable Ink. Founder and CTO Stephen Hau, who relocated the company here from Boston in 2010, left in May and CEO Hal Andrews says he is refocusing his team's efforts on working with electronic health vendors rather than selling directly to doctors. Get the full story here.
Local clinical documentation company Shareable Ink has partnered with Allscripts to provide information management solutions for the IT company's ambulatory care platform, Allscripts Sunrise.
Terms of the partnership were not disclosed in a release.
Shareable Ink will provide anesthesia information management solutions for Sunrise and will add point-of-care clinical documentation to the Allscripts platform.
"We look forward to providing integrated anesthesia an simplified clinical documentation solutions to Allscripts' prestigious Sunrise clients," Laurie McGraw, Shareable Ink CEO and president, said in the release. "Allscripts has long been a market leader embracing an open philosophy and architecture to extend their platform. Shareable Ink solutions will amplify the robust Allscripts Sunrise continuous patient record so clinicians can focus on the patient, deliver the best outcomes and improve the bottom line."
McGraw was previously the chief client officer of Allscripts and joined Shareable Ink as CEO last June. In May of this year, the local company brought on Allscripts former vice president of sales, Greg Shorten, as chief growth officer.
The clinical documentation software developed by Nashville-based Shareable Ink has been chosen by anesthesiologists who are part of University of Louisville Physicians. About 45 doctors across 20 operating rooms will use Shareable Ink's products as they transition to a pay-for-performance world.
University of Louisville Physicians anesthesiologists and their care teams will now use Shareable Ink’s pen to document data digitally by entering information directly onto electronic versions of forms they already are using. The data will then be immediately available to any of their providers who need access to treat a patient. University of Louisville Physicians will also participate in ShareMU, Shareable Ink’s Meaningful Use program for anesthesiologists.
Nashville-based cloud computing company Shareable Ink has signed a strategic partnership with Dallas-based Surgical Notes to capture and make actionable ambulatory surgical center patient data.
The alliance, terms of which were not disclosed in a release, will allow physicians to enter information electronically using Shareable Ink products as the input for Dallas-based Surgical Notes' transcription and coding solutions. The two companies will integrate Surgical Notes' ScanChart, a chart automation and document management tool, with Shareable Ink's digital input tools to improve facility efficiency.
"Our partnership with Surgical Notes opens the door to providing a more robust suite of solutions to ASC physicians," said Laurie McGraw (pictured), president and CEO of Shareable Ink. "By preserving existing workflows with solutions that are immediate, effortless and actionable, we believe ASCs will finally be able to adopt technology that meets both the productivity needs of physicians and the reporting needs of the organization."
The Entrepreneur Center and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce this week hosted the annual NEXT Awards dinner to celebrate the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Among the winners are well-known companies such as Qualifacts and Parallon, as well as fresher faces such as Virsys12. Check out the full list here.
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