Meta to Unveil Groundbreaking New EHR Features at HIMSS12

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Meta® Healthcare IT Solutions, a leading clinical software provider, announced today that it will be demonstrating some powerful new features to facilitate prescriber adoption of EHR technology at this year’s HIMSS2012 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Meta® Healthcare IT Solutions, a leading clinical software provider, announced today that it will be demonstrating some powerful new features to facilitate prescriber adoption of EHR technology at this year’s HIMSS2012 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.    

These features include improved methods for prescribers to manage their patients, extraordinary tools to manage order sets, shortcuts to place multiple orders at once, powerful new functions for physician documentation and much more. Meta clients have been extremely pleased with MetaCare Enterprise™ EHR, which boasts Complete EHR ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 Certification as an authorized EHR vendor, enabling providers to meet the Stage 1 meaningful use requirements.

According to Penny Casebolt, Information Technology Specialist for Saline Memorial Hospital, a full-service, 167-bed acute care facility that has served the Benton, Arkansas community and beyond for more than 55 years, “I have worked in a complete EHR (including EDM) environment for 10 years at some of the most wired hospitals in the United States. I am really proud to be here and to be working with Meta. They have the makings of the best EHR I have worked with.”

“Our abbreviated vision statement at SOMC is ‘We will make a difference,’ and Meta has contributed enormously to our ability to make a difference in the health of those we are privileged to serve,” added Brent Richard, Director of Information Services for Southern Ohio Medical Center (SOMC), a 222-bed acute care hospital in Portsmouth, Ohio. “Without Meta’s vision and hard work, SOMC would no doubt be on a sad path of technological mediocrity. Instead, we are approaching the pinnacle of healthcare IT with MetaCare Enterprise EHR.”

Compliant with ARRA patient safety initiatives, MetaCare Enterprise EHR is comprised of fully-integrated solutions. Working with hospitals to meet ARRA and CMS patient care initiatives, the suite of solutions is designed to help hospitals not only meet ‘meaningful use’ but also evolve and redefine it in their care.

“Healthcare IT vendors have had an incredibly difficult time developing software that prescribers and especially physicians can use to facilitate better patient care and at the same time meet rigorous user acceptability demands," remarked Sal Barcia, CEO of Meta Healthcare IT Solutions. "With twenty years of experience developing superior order entry programs, we were able to leverage our knowledge to develop something phenomenal for physicians and other prescribers.”

Conference attendees can learn more about Meta’s full suite of solutions by visiting Meta Healthcare IT Solutions at HIMSS12 Booth #4626 or on http://www.metacaresolutions.com. In true Las Vegas tradition, while at HIMSS the company is sponsoring a “Kindle Your Interest in MetaCare EHR” promotion with a real slot machine at its booth and an Amazon Kindle as the grand prize.

About Meta Healthcare IT Solutions
For more than 20 years, Meta Healthcare IT Solutions has been developing software solutions that exceed the expectations of the healthcare industry by providing innovative and comprehensive clinical information solutions to hospitals and healthcare facilities. Our MetaCare Enterprise EHR™ suite provides health systems with a comprehensive and integrated solution to reduce medication errors, enhance clinical documentation and improve patient outcomes at the point of clinical care. Organizations seeking excellent products backed by highly motivated and committed support have chosen Meta for the best solutions at reasonable costs. For more information, contact Meta at (800) 768-1920 or sales(at)metacaresolutions(dot)com.

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