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Date:1/17/2008

on that standards for electronic documents are crucial for health information management across the spectrum of care," says Michael Finke, CEO M*Modal, "and I also think it shows an appreciation of the rapid pace set by the project in its first year which saw successful ballots for the both the History & Physical and Consult Notes."

"We're really pleased with the broad show of support for this project," stated Peter Preziosi, Peter Preziosi, PhD, CEO of AHDI and MTIA. "We'd like to see the project continue to expand in 2008 and to see the work products we produce be adopted within the developing national infrastructure recognized by HITSP and CCHIT."

"We have an ambitious set of goals for 2008." says Liora Alschuler, project manager for CDA4CDT. "Getting representation from the full spectrum of those who work with electronic clinical documents will help ensure that our work products solve problems and are ready to be adopted to meet real business needs."

This CDA4CDT project was initiated by M*Modal, AHIMA and AHDI (formerly AAMT, now associated with MTIA). Spheris, MedQuist, InterFix, Precyse Solutions, Webmedx, MDinTouch, 3M, ImageTek, A-Life Medical and QuadraMed are project Benefactors and Acusis is a project Sponsor. Also supporting the effort through volunteer participation are GE Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinical, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Military Health System. Alschuler Associates, LLC, provides project leadership and is assuming primary responsibility for IG and collateral development.

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M*Modal offers on-demand conversational documentation services that help healthcare providers capture discrete clinical information from dictation to generate complete and timely electronic medical records. The company's unique speech recognition and understanding technology platform, AnyModal CDS, is a vital tool that empowers physicians to capture clinical facts and orders f
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