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Citius Tech Launches BI-Clinical MUSE for Advanced "Meaningful Use" Reporting and Data Submission, and Performance Management for Healthcare ISVs
Date:3/1/2010

SARASOTA, Florida, March 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Citius Tech, a leading provider of healthcare technology solutions and services, announced today the launch of BI-Clinical MUSE - an enhanced version of its healthcare business intelligence framework - BI-Clinical - for "Meaningful Use" Analytics & Reporting compliance.

The BI-Clinical framework provides an integrated approach for clinical, operational, financial and regulatory performance management in healthcare for hospitals, physician practices and managed care organizations - covering over 600 measures. BI-Clinical hospital module includes acute care reporting (e.g., AMI, pneumonia and stroke) and measures for CMS, JCAHO, P4P, and NCQA. Similarly, BI-Clinical physician practice module includes registry-based reporting for chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, COPD, CAD as well as measures for PQRI and DOQ-IT.

The recent "meaningful use" requirements published by HHS mandate clinical quality reporting measures for hospitals and physician practices. Citius Tech has customized the BI-Clinical framework for "meaningful use" - BI-Clinical MUSE - to cover all reporting requirements for hospitals (443 measures in 2011) and physician practices (90 measures in 2011). BI-Clinical MUSE also supports public health data submission.

"The meaningful use guidelines impose significant technology & reporting requirements for healthcare ISVs and care providers" said Bimal R. Naik, Senior Vice President at Citius Tech. "BI-Clinical MUSE is designed as a modular framework which can be bundled with EHRs and other clinical applications. Microsoft's Business Intelligence stack provides a highly flexible and scalable deployment platform for BI-Clinical."

"Hospitals and health organizations are faced with an abundance of quality measures that they must report on," said Chris Sullivan, U.S. health provider industry solutions director, Microsoft. "Citius Tech's BI-Clinical framework, based on the Microsoft Business Intelligence platform, helps healthcare organizations with this quality measures reporting."

About Citius Tech

Citius Tech (http://www.citiustech.com ) is a specialist provider of technology solutions and services to healthcare technology companies, providers, MCOs, and health plans. Citius Tech practice areas include healthcare software engineering, healthcare interoperability, healthcare business intelligence and CRMM. Citius Tech brings strong healthcare domain expertise - across technologies, applications and standards. Thee ability to provide this expertise, together with world-class service quality and a global resource base , enables Citius Tech to offer a distinctive value proposition to our clients.

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