|[February 23, 2014]
Greenway Shows the Value of Patient Data Beyond the EHR at HIMSS14
CARROLLTON, Ga. --(Business Wire)--
Greenway® is rapidly moving electronic health record (EHR) patient
information into the next phase of data liquidity, leveraging fluid,
accessible patient information to drive dramatic improvements in
clinical, financial and administrative outcomes and prepare for new
value-based reimbursement models.
Greenway's leadership in the field of interoperability will be evident
in the company's booth 2503 at HIMSS14 in Orlando this week, as well as
in other interoperability demonstrations throughout the annual
conference and exhibition such as CommonWell booth 1389 and the HIMSS
Efficiently Tying Solutions Together
In its HIMSS booth, Greenway will demonstrate secure Direct messages
successfully exchanged between its three EHR-based solutions - PrimeSUITE®,
Intergy™ and SuccessEHS - utilizing the power of Greenway's
PrimeEXCHANGE® hub-and-spoke interoperability solution. These messages
are one of the means a provider can use to attest for meaningful use
Stage 2 requirements for electronic transitions of care and referrals.
Greenway's next step in interoperability is to utilize PrimeEXCHANGE to
connect the data from customers using its PrimeSUITE, Intergy and
SuccessEHS solutions, enabling customers to remain on their current
platforms and leverage existing investments while being prepared for
taking advantage of future innovations.
PrimeEXCHANGE is already being used to seamlessly connect Greenway
customers to more than 1,000 different vendors, from external labs to
payers and more.
"The health IT industry has made great strides in EHR interoperability,
and Greenway continues to work with vendors throughout the industry to
enable efficient data exchange among providers' EHRs of choice," tated
Greenway® CEO Tee Green. "We're also poised to deliver value to our
customers beyond EHR-to-EHR interoperability, extending information
exchange to the systems used by providers, payers and patients alike to
drive clinical decision-making, financial management and consumer
"Leveraged properly, electronic patient information will serve as the
key to better care coordination and improved population health,
simultaneously strengthening our customers' financial bottom lines while
helping them deliver the most effective care possible to the populations
they serve," Green continued.
Gaining Value from the Data that Drives Healthcare
"The steps we're taking now are just the beginning of a sustained effort
to gain maximum value from the data that drives healthcare," said Matt
Hawkins, Greenway president. "Our innovation will help transform care
delivery to achieve improved clinical, financial, administrative and
satisfaction outcomes, even as the megatrends of electronification,
healthcare consumerism and improving population health continue to
accelerate. It's the way Greenway is helping its customers achieve the
connectivity and the value from data they need to succeed."
Greenway delivers the clinical, financial and administrative solutions
healthcare providers need to effectively manage the delivery of quality
care and improve health outcomes for patient populations. For over 30
years, Greenway has offered smarter solutions that help providers
succeed in an evolving value-based healthcare system. Greenway's
clinically driven revenue cycle management™ services and
comprehensive suite of interoperable solutions improve financial
performance and automate clinical and administrative workflows, so
medical providers can spend time on patients instead of paperwork.
Providers across primary care and more than 30 specialties partner with
Greenway to improve outcomes in medical organizations nationwide. For
more information, visit www.greenwayhealth.com
or call (866) 242-3805. Follow Greenway on Facebook,
Greenway, PrimeSUITE and PrimeEXCHANGE are registered trademarks and the
Greenway logo, PrimeMOBILE and the phrase "clinically driven revenue
cycle management" are trademarks of Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.
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