We found gGastro to be a powerful tool which will allow us to achieve Meaningful Use Stage 2 and collect clinical and quality data in an effective and efficient manner.
Weston, FL (PRWEB) October 13, 2014
gMed is excited to announce that Thomas Jefferson University Hospital’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology department has selected and successfully implemented gGastro as their Endoscopy Report Writer. This selection came after careful deliberation and comparisons among leading industry vendors. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital eventually determined that gMed’s gGastro Endoscopy Report Writer was the best fit for their facility because of its foundational health record database. They also concluded gGastro was most appropriate because of its complete (not modular) Meaningful Use Stage 2 certification and interoperability capabilities which allow hospitals to collect clinical information, store it discretely and promote quality of care through full compliance with hospital and community health exchanges.
“We found gGastro to be a powerful tool which will allow us to achieve Meaningful Use Stage 2 and collect clinical and quality data in an effective and efficient manner. In addition, its enhanced search capabilities are invaluable for our research activities, allowing us to remain competitive in today’s healthcare environment,” says, Dr. Anthony J. DiMarino, Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Thomas Jefferson.
gGastro provides advanced tools to promote quality of care and full compliance with hospitals and community information exchanges. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital is taking full advantage of gMed’s interoperability, allowing seamless clinical data transfer between gGastro and the hospital systems.
“Thomas Jefferson University Hospital joins a growing list of hospitals with a unique combined focus on information availability, operational excellence, and evidence based medicine as a foundation to bring about industry best practices,” stated Joe Rubinsztain, CEO of gMed. “Our vision is to provide comprehensive software and services to the medical community through ease-of-use solutions which aid in helping them advance their goals of delivering industry leading digestive programs to the public.”
About Thomas Jefferson University Hospital:
Jefferson's Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Philadelphia is one of the leading programs in the U.S. for the diagnosis, treatment, research and education of diseases of the digestive tract and liver.
Their gastroenterologists and hepatologists are renowned specialists in gastrointestinal endoscopy, gastrointestinal motility, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreaticobiliary diseases, celiac disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and liver transplantation.
The Gastroenterology Program at Jefferson has consistently been rated as one of the top GI programs in the country by U.S. News and World Report, along with other rating agencies.
gMed provides the gastroenterology industry with a fully integrated platform consisting of an Electronic Health Record, Endoscopy Report Writer, Practice Management System, Patient Portal and advanced analytics tool. Fully scalable through the cloud or using an on-site server, gMed’s products are all Meaningful Use Certified and ICD-10 ready. To find the right gGastro solution for your practice visit: http://www.gmed.com or call 888.577.8801. Meaningful Use Certified and ICD-10 ready. To find the right gGastro solution for your practice visit: http://www.gmed.com or call 888.577.8801.
gMed will be exhibiting at the annual American College of Gastroenterology conference (booth #817) in Philadelphia, PA on October 19th-21st, 2014.