Navigation Links
Apollo Health Street Collaborates with Client to Develop a CCHIT-Certified 08 Ambulatory EMR

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Apollo Health Street, the nation's leading provider of healthcare-focused, outsourced software development, support and implementation services to healthcare ISVs, announced today CCHIT 2008 Certification for the Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record application developed for one of its clients. The EMR received the certification from the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT) for its outstanding performance in three key areas:

-- Functionality - based on a set of features that enhance usability.

-- Interoperability - that fosters seamless communication between additional sources of information.

-- Security - that ensures data is well-protected and private.

"We are very proud of the collaborative approach we took to developing this EMR application for our client and appreciate the independent seal of approval from CCHIT," said Andrew DeVoe, CEO of Apollo Health Street.

"This certification provides physician practices added assurance about the investment they are making in electronic health records. We're confident that this application will enhance the care they offer patients and carry them into the future as EMRs become an integral part of our nation's healthcare reform," continued DeVoe.

Drawing from its years of experience in helping the nation's top hospitals and physician groups navigate the complex healthcare environment, Apollo Health Street worked with its client to develop the EMR that met the guidelines prescribed by CCHIT.

To develop its software applications, Apollo Health Street uses its Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology that relies on highly trained professionals who understand healthcare's business needs and translate those needs into tailored software applications.

"Managing healthcare data efficiently is not just about technology - it also requires healthcare domain knowledge and the right people to bring the two together," says Dan Walsh, Senior Vice President of Apollo Health Street.

"Software development is a complex endeavor and Apollo Health Street relies on a mature and evolved Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology which leverages Domain Knowledge, People, Process and Technology. By combining these critical components, Apollo Health Street provides our clients with not only a tested product that is tailored to their field, but also a level of trust in that product," says Walsh.

About Apollo Health Street:

Apollo Health Street is a leading provider of IT Services, Revenue Cycle Management, and Business Process Outsourcing Services and Solutions to the healthcare industry. As a preferred software development and maintenance partner, our matured processes encompass all the phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), starting from mapping business requirements into functional/technical specification to programming, testing and final deployment.

With our unparalleled domain knowledge in healthcare, software development and award-winning expertise in information technology enabled support services, Apollo Health Street is a trusted partner to numerous marquee clients which include some of the nation's largest hospital systems, physician practices and healthcare ISVs.

    For more information, please contact Bhaskar Medhi

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit

SOURCE Apollo Health Street
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related medicine news :

1. Apollo Health Street Has Earned the Number One Spot in the BPO Healthcare Providers Segment in the Prestigious Black Book of Outsourcing Customer Satisfaction Survey, 2008
2. Apollo Health Street Has Earned the Number One Spot in the Healthcare Payer Segment for BPO Services
3. Apollo Unifies All Patient Media With Enterprise Patient Media Manager
4. Penn study finds pro-death proteins required to regulate healthy immune function
5. UCLA researchers identify markers that may predict diabetes in still-healthy people
6. Air pollution linked to cardiovascular risk indices in healthy young adults
7. More proof needed of safety and quality of electronic personal health records
8. Health care incentive model offers collaborative approach
9. Loneliness is bad for your health
10. Mailman School of Public Health study examines link between racial discrimination and substance use
11. Green Tea May Brew Up Healthier Skin
Post Your Comments:
(Date:6/25/2016)... ... June 25, 2016 , ... Dr. Calvin ... injury. Recently, he has implemented orthobiologic procedures as a method for treating his ... of the first doctors to perform the treatment. Orthobiologics are substances that orthopaedic ...
(Date:6/24/2016)... Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) , ... June 24, 2016 , ... ... plastic surgery procedures that most people are unfamiliar with. The article goes on to ... known procedures, but also many of these less common operations such as calf and ...
(Date:6/24/2016)... ... ... crisis. Her son James, eight, was out of control. Prone to extreme mood shifts and ... him, he couldn’t control his emotions,” remembers Marcy. “If there was a knife on ... say he was going to kill them. If we were driving on the freeway, ...
(Date:6/24/2016)... ... June 24, 2016 , ... Dr. Amanda Cheng, ... treatment. Dr. Cheng has extensive experience with all areas of orthodontics, including robotic ... osteogenic orthodontics. , Micro-osteoperforation is a revolutionary adjunct to orthodontic treatment. It ...
(Date:6/24/2016)... ... 2016 , ... People across the U.S. are sharpening their pencils and honing ... contest in which patients and their families pay tribute to a genetic counselor by ... Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) Annual Education Conference (AEC) this September. , In ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:6/23/2016)... Research and Markets has announced the addition ... Chemical (Sugar, Petrochemical, Glycerin), Inorganic Chemical), Functionality (Filler, Binder, ... Forecast to 2021" report to their offering. ... excipients market is projected to reach USD 8.1 Billion ... forecast period 2016 to 2021. The ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June 23, 2016 Research ... Pharma News Issue 52" report to their offering. ... in influenza treatment creates a favourable commercial environment for MedImmune ... growing patient base that will serve to drive considerable growth ... vaccine would serve to cap sales considerably, but development is ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June 23, 2016 ... Oticon , industry leaders in advanced ... launch of Oticon Opn ™, the world,s first ... of possibilities for IoT devices.      (Photo: ... Oticon introduces a number of ,world firsts,: ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: