Imagine how much time you could save with new patients if you could get immediate access to their medical records. Imagine how much easier it would be to track down specialist reports and diagnostic image results with reliable interoperability. The Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene are delighted to announce the Interconnectivity Initiative to enable care coordination, which will provide your practice with greater connectivity to other hospitals and practices with whom you work. Learn more.
The largest-funded healthcare IT accelerator program in the country makes its mark with achievements of two graduate companies, Avado and Cureatr, both leaders in the health IT communications software industry.
Inaugural NY Digital Health Accelerator Class Member Cureatr Nabs $5.7M to Bring Secure Group Messaging to Doctors
The New York-based startup provides a secure group messaging solution for doctors, which is fully HIPAA compliant, meaning it protects the privacy of patients’ most sensitive health information. Cureatr’s technology syncs with physicians’ devices, including mobile devices and pagers, and integrates with existing scheduling software and health directories. Read more.
Learn about the draft proposed Qualified Entity Participation Agreement (QEPA) via documents and webinars.
The NYeC Blog
There’s a quiet revolution going on in New York State. While the national debate continues about Obamacare and how to reduce healthcare expenditures, New York has already taken action. Thanks to a significant investment in technology and operational capacity, New York State is building a digital network of electronic medical records that will literally transform how patient care is provided and deliver major cost savings. It’s called the Statewide Health Information Network of New York, or SHIN-NY, and it puts New York State far out ahead of all other states when it comes to Health IT.
NYeC’s Vice President of Market Development, Anuj Desai, sat down with Fred Pennic at Health IT Consultant to discuss his participation in the upcoming panel, “Freeing the Data: Driving Value from Using Clinical, Claims, and Device Data” at the 2013 Digital Health Conference.