Scottsdale, AZ (Vocus) May 25, 2010
Carefx , a leading provider of interoperable workflow solutions, announced today the availability of a position paper revealing how health IT leaders can advance health information exchange, manage care transitions and close information gaps between systems, departments and facilities through collaboration and clinical quality improvement strategies. The position paper is available online at http://www.Carefx.com/insights .
“This position paper and several forthcoming Issue Briefs reinforce Carefx’s commitment to obtain strategic advice from leading health IT experts and create roadmaps for ‘simply advancing healthcare’ through health information exchange,” says Andrew Hurd, Chairman and CEO of Carefx.
The paper – “Health Information Exchange: From Meaningful Use to Healthcare Transformation” – confronts the challenges of health information exchange, medication and allergy reconciliation, quality measurement, monitoring and reporting, collaboration and referral management. Among the experts featured in the paper are:
- Marc Holland, President and Managing Director, System Research Services
- Lynne Dunbrack, Program Director, Health Provider Research, IDC Health Insights
- David Hansen, healthcare consultant, economist, entrepreneur and author
- Jennifer Covich Bordenick, CEO, eHealth Initiative
- Barry Runyon, Research Vice President, Gartner Research
About Carefx Corporation
Carefx supports healthcare organizations in achieving their vision of advancing the quality and safety of patient care delivery through its Fusionfx suite of interoperable workflow solutions. Fusionfx streamlines and simplifies clinical and business workflow and connects care providers to the information they need – where, when, and how they need it. By managing care transitions and information gaps between diverse systems, departments and facilities, Fusionfx delivers crucial patient information with speed, efficiency and logic. Carefx supports more than 700 hospitals, health systems, regional health information organizations (RHIOs) and health information exchanges (HIEs) across North America and Europe.
For more information, visit yourcarefx.com, http://www.carefx.com/insights, contact us at (480) 833-5010 or email info(at)carefx(dot)com.
Christopher Capot, KNB Communications
212-505-2441, 203-379-8019 (mobile)
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