NextServices Demos enki EHR through Google Glass at FutureMed

NextServices will be exhibiting at FutureMed, November 4th and 5th, 2013 at Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego. The company enables seamless healthcare delivery through a single solution offering mobile EHR (enki), revenue cycle management/ medical billing, consulting and analytics to help ambulatory surgery centers and specialist groups run smoothly and profitably.

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enki Glassware prototype demo at FutureMed 2013
enki's integration with Google Glass is transformational because it can help doctors visualize data better.

Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) November 01, 2013

After developing a mobile electronic health records platform for ambulatory surgery centers, NextServices will unveil a prototype of enki Glassware at FutureMed in San Diego. enki Glassware extends the functionality available on the iPad and web to Google Glass. Physicians can access patient records at the point of care by invoking Google Glass without having to look away from their patients.

The enki prototype demonstrates the ability of technology for Google Glass to seamlessly synchronize with its web and iPad counterparts. Important elements of a patient's record including vital signs, allergies, medications, demographics and imaging can be viewed in real time through timeline cards on Glass. Physicians can swipe through their schedule, select a patient and go through medical details seamlessly.

As part of its readiness for physicians of the future, enki EHR also integrates with 23andMe, a DNA testing service. From genetic health risks to responsiveness to drugs, DNA information embedded inside a patient's medical record helps physicians respond to disease conditions with greater awareness. "As medicine transforms into a data science, it's important to equip physicians and patients with relevant information at the point of care. Today's electronic health records are static - merely storage systems of gross-level medical information. In the future, data such as that from a patient's DNA, microbiome or even a patient's physical activity will make health records dynamic - with the potential of detecting problems even before they occur," said Praveen Suthrum, President and Co-Founder of NextServices. "enki's integration with Google Glass is transformational because it can help doctors visualize data better."

"With years of experience, NextServices has specialized in delivering both technology and business solutions for doctors. FutureMed is the perfect platform for us to demonstrate our vision of the future of healthcare delivery," said Satish Malnaik, CEO and Co-founder, NextServices, Inc.

FutureMed attendees can experience enki platform over the web, iPad and Glassware (prototype only) at the Crown Room at Hotel Del Coronado, November 4th and 5th, 2013.

About FutureMed:
FutureMed is an “application required” program for clinicians, innovators, investors and others who want to understand where rapidly developing technologies can take health and medicine. FutureMed brings together leading thinkers and practitioners to reveal what’s happening in the labs and in early clinical trials today, and what game changing technologies are likely coming to market in the next 2 to 10 years.

About NextServices:
NextServices provides cloud-based revenue cycle management services, mobile EHR, consulting and analytics for ambulatory surgery centers and specialist groups. Bringing an innovative approach to combining technology and services, NextServices offers a seamlessly integrated platform of web based and mobile software. enki is a Drummond-certified mobile electronic health record platform. For more information contact (866) 648-6314 or visit the company's websites at http://www.nextservices.com and http://www.nextservices.com/enki.


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