Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) September 19, 2007
IQMax, a leading mobile healthcare technology company, will be showcasing its solutions at the AHIMA 2007 Conference this year from October 8-10. Paul Adkison, CEO and Founder of IQMax, will be leading several educational sessions at the conference demonstrating how IQMax's mobile technology can improve a physician's productivity, increase revenue for healthcare facilities, decrease HIM costs, and reduce medical errors. AHIMA is the Association for Healthcare Information Management (HIM), a large organization boasting a membership of over 51,000. Healthcare Information Management personnel from leading healthcare facilities across the country will be present to learn more about how clinical workflow technology solutions can improve revenue cycle management, lower operational costs, increase physician satisfaction, and reduce medical errors.
IQMax's mobile solutions connect physicians to clinical information on their mobile devices, and allows them to view their census list, document patient encounters, capture charges, view clinical results, and prescribe medication on their mobile device anytime, anywhere, across any care setting. IQMax allows providers to streamline the process of rendering care, reduce healthcare costs, increase productivity, and render better patient care.
"IQMax is pleased to be a part of AHIMA 2007, educating the healthcare community about how mobile technology can improve patient care, enhance physician productivity and streamline the process of rendering care," said Paul Adkison, CEO and Founder of IQMax. "Mobile technology is transforming the entire healthcare community. Physicians require powerful point of care tools that will provide them with the right information at the right time, and that is flexible enough to fit their daily schedule, whether the physician is rendering care at the hospital, clinic or anywhere in between. IQMax is delivering such innovative solutions to the healthcare market."