PWeR 2.0 has set an entirely new bench-mark in how it allows, with documented patient consent, the sharing of medical information on a single patient, with multiple doctors in an existing patient care team.
Ras Al Khaimah (UAE) (PRWEB) October 13, 2014
Grace Century’ s EHR project, The Quantum Group, Inc., announced this past week (through its subsidiary, Quantum Innovations, Inc.), the provision of the first medical practice (user) on the revolutionary PWeR® 2.0 cloud based electronic medical record (EHR) and combined practice management (PM) platform. The company’s first installation was in Jupiter, Florida, and the first of many new installations scheduled to take place within the coming weeks.
"The entire team is highly excited by the major landmark that we have achieved. We embarked on a path to provide real innovation as healthcare, the largest industry in the US, migrates from a paper record to an electronic format,” said Noel J. Guillama, lead designer of the PWeR platform, and Chairman and President of The Quantum Group, Inc. and its subsidiary Quantum Innovations, Inc. “This is a result of not only government mandates, but the imminent need to provide better and more comprehensive medical records documented to improve patient care and reduce costs.”
According to Guillama, PWeR® is innovative in every aspect; design, information display and format---especially its seamless communication directly with pharmacies, laboratories, and insurance companies. “PWeR 2.0 has set an entirely new bench-mark in how it allows, with documented patient consent, the sharing of medical information on a single patient, with multiple doctors in an existing patient care team. As our trademark states, it is the ‘one patient…total connectivity™’ that make PWeR truly special,” he said.
Scott Wolf, the CEO of Grace Century also commented, “We have been with Quantum Innovations every step of the way and feel absolutely confident that PWeR 2.0 is positioned at the right place, and at the right time, to be the benchmark for the EHR arena in the healthcare industry.” Quantum Innovations will bring on new physicians to the platform as fast as its resources allow in order to address the many providers who are eager and lining up to get on the PWeR® 2.0 platform.
About PWeR® 2.0
In critical situations or in providing treatment to patients on the PWeR 2.0 platform, providers will be enabled to access full medical histories and make educated treatment decisions based on accurate data. About the certification for PWeR 2.0: The Complete EHR is 2011-Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments. PWeR stands for Personal Wellness electronic Record®. For more information, visit http://www.myPWeR.com. That’s PWeR – Complexity meets Simplicity.
About Quantum Innovations
Quantum Innovations, Inc. is a subsidiary of The Quantum Group, Inc. and operates under a license from it to use the PWeR® trademarks, as well as numerous patents both issued and pending. Quantum Innovations seeks to provide technology solutions through PWeR 2.0, a 21st century healthcare technology platform and Meaningful Use certified EHR product. PWeR® is a Registered Trademark of The Quantum Group, Inc. and it assigns or licensed users, in the U.S., China, EU and other nationalities. For more information, visit http://www.quantuminnovations.com.
About Grace Century
Grace Century FZ LLC is an International research and private equity consultancy located in Ras Al Khaimah (north of Dubai) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Grace Century specializes in “game-changing” life science and health related private equity projects. For more information, visit: http://gracecentury.com.
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