HMS helps another hospital with meaningful use

Longtime local health care IT player HMS has announced that it has helped another hospital reach meaningful use standards.

Mountainside Hospital, a 365-bed suburban facility in Montclair, N.J., has met Stage 1 meaningful use criteria using the certified electronic health record (EHR) from Healthcare Management Systems Inc.(R) (HMS). By successfully attesting for Stage 1 meaningful use with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Mountainside can receive payments from EHR incentive programs.

Dec 1, 2011 11:53 AM

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HMS client reaches stage 1 meaningful use

HMS announced today that one of its clients has acheived stage 1 meaningful use thanks to the use of HMS' electronic health record (EHR) technology.

Crittenden Regional Hospital, a 152-bed facility located in West Memphis, Ark., has met Stage 1 meaningful use criteria for Medicare and Medicaid with the certified electronic health record (EHR) from Healthcare Management Systems Inc.® (HMS). Crittenden Regional also engaged HMS’ EHR Initiatives Group for meaningful use consulting services to help accelerate the attestation process.

Crittenden Regional successfully attested with the certified HMS EHR, which is 2011/2012 compliant in accordance with the criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. The hospital leadership credits the meaningful use attestation to organization-wide commitment and its partnership with HMS.

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HMS helps client connect with Health Information Exchange

Longtime health care IT player Healthcare Management Systems announced today that one of its clients in Kentucky is one of the first hospitals in the state to use the company's platform to share data with the new Kentucky Health Information exchange.

Hospitals use HMS Connex to link with HIEs, which enable the sharing of vital data among providers regardless of the clinical applications they use. HMS Connex uses open-source technology and is completely integrated with the HMS enterprise platform of applications and hardware that comprise its certified electronic health record (EHR). With a single sign-on, Rockcastle Regional physicians can view data from KHIE within the HMS application as part of their normal workflow.

Earlier this year, Rockcastle's relationship with HMS helped it receive more than $600,000 in government incentives.

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HMS wins Arkansas contract

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RegionalCare, founded in 2009, currently operates hospitals in Alabama, Iowa and Ohio.

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Kentucky contract for HMS

Healthcare Management Systems has a deal to provide a full suite if electronic health record products to 49-bed Monroe County Medical Center in Tompkinsville, Ky. HMS, which plans to move to Franklin in 2012 to accommodate growth, currently works with nearly 700 community hospitals and specialty-care facilities across the country.

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Healthcare Management Systems' is expanding its data center capacity for HMS Direct, the Nashville company's remote hositng and management services provider for community hospitals, by moving its hosting infrastructure into the Nashville facility of data center company Peak 10.

According to HMS President and CEO Tom Stephenson, more than 60 percent of the company's sales pipeline is for managed IT solutions.

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