Vendor Notebook - Concerro adds location-based intelligence to CommandAware
Concerro, Inc., a San Diego-based developer of hospital shift and disaster workforce management solutions, has enhanced its newly acquired CommandAware hospital incident management system by adding a location-based intelligence tool to help users identify and interact more efficiently with regional data.
Medversant Technologies, a Los Angeles-based developer of Web-based credential verification solutions for healthcare providers, has received certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
CDW Healthcare, based in Vernon Hills, Ill., has announced that Western Dental Services, Inc., of Orange, Calif., has launched an extensive digital x-ray imaging program powered by technology configured and deployed by the company.
Laserfiche, based in Long Beach, Calif., has released Quick Fields 8, a document image and capture front-end for the company’s enterprise content management product suite that’s designed to streamline the processing and secure archiving of information locked in paper, faxes, electronic databases and software applications so that it can be captured and indexed by key fields.
NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc., of Horsham, Pa., has signed a deal with Rockingham Memorial Hospital, an independent community hospital that serves a seven-county area in Virginia, to deploy the NextGen CHS community health solution, NextGen electronic health record, NextGen EPM enterprise practice management and NextGen ICS image control system.
The MRO Corporation, a King of Prussia, Pa.-based developer of shared-service, release-of-information and audit-tracking solutions for healthcare providers, has acquired the assets of Record Enterprises, Inc., a Midlothian, Va.-based provider of release-of-information solutions.
TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, based in Milwaukee, has been granted a U.S. medical imaging patent for its Evercore-Smartstore clinical content management system.
Webmedx, an Atlanta-based provider of medical transcription services and clinical documentation technology, has announced that the Methodist Health System of Dallas has signed an agreement to implement the company’s Transcription Outsourcing Service and Enterprise software solution.
Dell, based in Round Rock, Texas, has announced the launch of an electronic medical records solution for hospital-affiliated physician practices.
Cisco has deployed an integrated medical-grade network at the Albert Einstein Israeli Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Patient Safety Technologies of Temecula, Calif., has signed a contract with Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare to implement the company’s Safety-Sponge System at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston.
Nexus, a Canadian-based provider of technology and network integration, has launched a focused healthcare practice.
Audiopoint, a Bethesda, Md.-based developer of voice data solutions, has announced the availability of NotifierRx, a suite of automated patient management services designed to help hospitals automate the outpatient follow-up process with interactive, voice-controlled messages.
Upp Technology, based in Downers Grove, Ill., has enhanced its irms/EM emergency management software to streamline the order fulfillment and distribution process of H1N1 vaccines and personal protective equipment to partner agencies, private facilities and other recipients. The company has also enhanced its irms/PM patient management software to allow for more flexible and faster patient processing. Finally, the company has announced that it will provide a centralized emergency management solution for the Tennessee Department of Health.
MaxMD, a Fort Lee, N.J.-based provider of interoperable encrypted network technology for the healthcare industry, has been selected by United Physicians of Charleston, the largest independent physicians association in South Carolina, to provide encrypted communications and other Web services for the association’s clinical integration initiative.
Vangent, an Arlington, Va.-based provider of information management and strategic business process outsourcing solutions, is partnering with the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta to provide job opportunities for some of Morehouse’s second-year graduate students pursuing a Master of Public Health degree.
McKesson has announced that it will integrate the Chargemaster Toolkit from Orlando, Fla.-based Craneware into its Horizon Enterprise Revenue Management hospital information system.
Application Security, Inc., a New York-based developer of database security solutions, has announced that Humana, Inc., has implemented the company’s DbProtect database security, risk and compliance solution.
Geonetric, a Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based developer of online solutions for healthcare providers, has announced a partnership with Raven New Media to offer a series of customized social media workshops for hospitals.
PCG Software, based in Malibu, Calif., has announced that the Community Health Group in San Diego has deployed the company’s Virtual Examiner fraud and abuse prevention software, which is designed to identify billing errors and unfair billing practices.