Ignis Systems to Present on EMR/Lab Integration at Upcoming Fall Events

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Ignis Systems announces its participation in numerous healthcare IT-related events this Fall that showcase the company's expertise in creating lab-to-EMR interoperability efficiencies.

Ignis Systems, developer of EMR-Link, today announced its participation in numerous healthcare IT-related events this Fall that showcase the company’s expertise in creating lab-to-EMR interoperability efficiencies.

On September 14, Ignis participated as a sponsor of the AIM 2011 Conference, with the theme of “Innovating for Healthy Oregonians.” The conference was called by Portland State University’s Center for Public Service and the Oregon Health Authority’s Office of Health Information Technology.

On September 21, Pat Wolfram, Ignis’ VP Marketing, headlined a webinar sponsored by the Dark Report on the topic of “Meaningful Use: Phase 1 Lessons Learned and How to Prepare Your Lab for Phase 2 Requirements.” Billed as an expert in EMR/lab integration, Wolfram offered his audience of lab managers a strategic roadmap for implementing LIS/EMR interfaces that deliver clean, complete electronic test orders to the lab, while helping physicians meet meaningful use criteria.

On October 19-21, Ignis will participate as a sponsor at Lab Institute 2011, a conference in Arlington VA sponsored by G2 Intelligence, and showcase how universal lab ordering benefits the practice and the lab. For more about Lab Institute 2011, see http://www.labinstitute.com/.

And on October 21-22, the Centricity Healthcare User Group (CHUG) conference in Austin TX features the Ignis presentation “Efficient EMR orders -- how they benefit the practice, the lab, the imaging department, and the HCO.” In addition the company will participate as a vendor. For more about CHUG, see http://www.beattygroup.com/chug.htm.

Observes Ken Willett, Ignis’ CEO, “Our participation in these kind of events has really ramped up this year. I think this is because we have a wealth of hands-on expertise in implementing lab orders and results integration in a way that not only creates efficiencies for the lab, but also for the clinic. That focus on physician adoption through enhanced clinical workflows is one of the things that makes us unique -- and helps make our lab customers successful.”


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