Phynd Technologies, Inc. Signs Three New Hospitals to Growing Client Family

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New clients show breadth of technology platform and interoperability to work with all vendor IT solutions.

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Provider data is at the core of all hospital operations; however, provider data is an undermanaged asset in healthcare.

Phynd Technologies, Inc. announced recently the signing of three new hospitals: Meadows Regional Medical Center – Vidalia, GA; Houston Methodist – Houston, TX and Shore Medical Center – Somers Point, NJ. The new clients range in bed size from 57 to over 1,000 and use three different, leading EHR solutions, demonstrating the breadth of Phynd’s solution and its interoperability.

Houston Methodist is a leading academic medical center comprised of six community hospitals with over 1,000 beds, serving the Greater Houston area. Shore Medical Center with 296 beds is located in eastern Atlantic County, New Jersey, southwest of Atlantic City. Meadows Regional Medical Center with 57 beds serves Montgomery, Toombs, Treutlen and Tattnall counties in Georgia.

Meadows Regional is a successful rural hospital providing a wide range of primary and specialty care services in a competitive environment in south Georgia.

"Our goal for implementing Phynd Technologies’ platform was to fend off the challenges resulting from inaccurate provider data," commented Alan Kent, President and Chief Executive Officer at Meadows Regional Medical Center. "This problem plagues many hospitals today and causes multiple downstream issues complicating care coordination and revenue cycle management. We installed the Phynd product as a preventative measure to help us unify and manage provider data from a single, accurate source.”

“Provider data is at the core of all hospital operations; however, provider data is an undermanaged asset in healthcare. By using Phynd, our clients see immediate improvements in care coordination, revenue cycle, billing/ordering, referral management, risk management and marketing,” commented Tom White, CEO, Phynd Technologies, Inc.

Hospital provider communities are constantly changing; 2.4 percent of all providers change addresses or other contact information every month. Without a technology platform specifically designed to manage this task, there is no way to handle the almost impossible challenge of unifying and managing provider data.

Phynd, pronounced “find,” provides clients with a Unified Provider Management (UPM) Platform that enables healthcare organizations to unify, manage and securely share essential provider information across their core IT systems. The company’s single, accurate source for provider information speeds up billing, optimizes the revenue cycle, streamlines workflow, improves productivity, and enhances care coordination enterprise-wide.

The Phynd UPM is the single platform needed to manage all providers that work with or are connected at any level to a health system. The platform is a highly secure (ISO 27001-ready, private VPN connection), multi-integrating (bi-directional HL7), work-flow driven (roles and permissions based), on-demand cloud-based platform. Clients see immediate impact in the quality, quantity and reach of provider data across their IT systems and user population.

About Phynd Technologies, Inc.
Launched in 2013, Phynd offers a Unified Provider Management (UPM) Platform that enables healthcare organizations to unify, manage, and securely share mission-critical provider information across their core IT systems to improve financial results, clinical outcomes, and compliance. The UPM is a comprehensive data management solution that gathers, validates, and integrates the latest provider information from multiple sources (external and internal) and provides workflow tools to manage and share that information within and across IT applications. Phynd’s UPM Platform is now used in more than 125 hospitals to manage a single, verified source of provider data, sharable throughout the enterprise.

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