Vendor Notebook: Iconic Data launches flagship product
Iconic Data, a mobile health startup, announced the launch of ICON, its flagship offering, which replaces inefficient paper-based physician billing cards and forms. ICON is a secure and encrypted digital physician billing card solution that helps physicians more efficiently and accurately manage the patients they care for across one or more facilities. It allows for secure access to critical data and billing information from any device with Internet access. The elimination of the paper-based process streamlines workflow and makes patient sign-outs safer and more convenient.
ClearDATA Networks announced it is offering HIPAA-compliant cloud hosting services with HP. ClearDATA will provide specialized healthcare-as-a-service and private cloud IT infrastructure services to their customers utilizing the HP Converged Infrastructure, leveraging HP 3PAR Utility Storage as the storage foundation. This new offering is designed to provide healthcare organizations with secure, compliant, and affordable cloud hosting services for EMI/Imaging, offsite backup and storage, disaster recovery and business continuity, EMR hosting, and genome research to the 5,000 hospitals and hundreds of thousands of clinics/medical offices in the U.S. market.
Critical Alert Systems announced the acquisition of Intego Systems which has been an innovator in nurse call systems since its founding in 1983. Critical Alert Systems provides critical messaging services through its subsidiaries to more than 300 healthcare facilities in the northeast and southcentral United States. Wedbush Capital Partners, a majority investor in Critical Alert Systems, introduced the companies.
Metro unveiled its next generation of point-of-care computing products at the HIMSS12 in Las Vegas. New products include the Flo 1770 Mobile Workstation and an advanced MetroMount Wall System designed to bring caregivers, technology and information together at the patient bedside.
TeraMedica announced that it now features expanded flexibility in intelligent clinical image lifecycle management, further ease of data storage, and a greater reduction of operating costs through its new cloud storage solution. Its Evercore Clinical Enterprise Suite, the leading Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) in the industry, now provides more storage options through off-site cloud archiving. TeraMedica is pleased to offer this complete cloud storage solution in partnership with Logicalis.
McKesson announced that Comanche County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) in Lawton, Okla., plans to deploy the company’s Paragon hospital information system (HIS), known for enabling a broad range of hospitals and health systems to simplify their IT environments and reduce total cost of ownership. CCMH is one of several Horizon Clinicals customers that have recently decided to migrate to Paragon, which offers a fully integrated clinical and financial HIS on a contemporary Microsoft platform.