Healthcare Management Systems, a division of Franklin-based HealthTech Holdings, has formed a partnership with Greenway Medical Technologies out of Georgia to integrate HMS’ enterprise inpatient electronic health record process with Greenway’s ambulatory solution dubbed PrimeSUITE. A statement announcing the deal, linked here, read as follows:
“Greenway is a leader in the ambulatory space, and we share their strategy of improving care and the business of healthcare. We have a number of customers exploring options for their ambulatory solutions, and we are pleased to provide them with industry-leading technology through our newest partner in Greenway,” said Steve Starkey, president of HMS. “HMS and Greenway will collaborate to help HMS customers navigate the changing landscape of healthcare while giving clinicians powerful solutions that help enhance data exchange, patient care and safety, and operational efficiency.”
As part of the alliance, HMS and Greenway will conduct joint sales and marketing activities. Customers who choose to have Greenway’s market-leading solutions integrated with HMS’ enterprise EHR will be served by a team of implementation experts from both HMS and Greenway. HMS will continue to manage its enterprise inpatient EHR, while Greenway will implement and support its solutions for HMS customers.”
Health care software developer digiChart has rebranded itself as Artemis, a move unveiled at a New Orleans industry gathering over the weekend. The 17-year-old company's move is meant to better showcase a range of products for the ob-gyn market. Brentwood-based Artemis works with 1,400 doctors and practices in 45 states.
The team at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center will on Friday unveil IdeaFrame, an application that promises to tell budding entrepreneurs in less than 10 minutes if their idea is worth pursuing. The software, which was created and designed by EC boss Michael Burcham and entrepreneur-in-residence Scott Rouse, has been used by EC mentors and advisors to vet the ideas that land on their desks. Check out more here.
Local medical documentation venture Shareable Ink has been named one of 15 finalists in the Allscripts Open App Challenge, a contest that will honor new applications that dovetail with Allscripts’ various software programs. More than 200 developers submitted apps that aim to improve disease management and address value-based care. Shareable Ink and the 14 other finalists competing for a $250,000 top prize and four runner-up awards worth another $350,000 combined. Their submissions are due July 14 and Allscripts execs will announce the winner in late August.
Clinical documentation software developer M*Modal has hooked up with the health information systems group at 3M to link doctors' notes to the back-end coding and billing systems of their practices.
"M*Modal and 3M are working together to help healthcare organizations bring increased accuracy and simplicity to clinical documentation and coding processes," said Matt Jenkins, Senior Vice President, Corporate & Business Development at M*Modal. "By creating structure from the physician's narrative, we can drive downstream processes like billing and ICD-10 compliance to promote accurate reimbursements and patient outcomes data."
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