DALLAS, March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Dallas-based MedNetwoRx is at the forefront of the Health Care Reform initiative in working with hospital systems and individual physician's clinics to design and implement electronic health record and practice management technology solutions that will improve the quality of health care and will save money.
An article dated March 9, 2009 of Health Management Technology, describes the MedNetwoRx project with Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico. The New Mexico program is pioneering the way for other states and hospital systems to cut costs through effective technology use and data management. Gov. Richardson's efforts are ahead of President Obama's health care reform and have demonstrated the economic benefits of technological automation in the health care field.
The New Mexico Department of Health approved the automation project initiated by Gov. Richardson and, after the proper government procurement process, Dallas-based MedNetwoRx was selected to provide a hosted version of Allscripts Enterprise Health Record and Practice Management solution.
Mark Johnson, President and CEO of MedNetwoRx said "We are thrilled to be ahead of the curve in tackling the health care issue and bringing technology and automation that can increase effectiveness and efficiencies, thus reducing cost overall to the health care system and to the taxpayer." From a privacy and company management perspective, Laura James, a corporate attorney with Stinnett Thiebaud & Remington and attorney for MedNetwoRx said "In addition to the cost efficiency of a system like this, this allows health care systems to manage and maintain their privacy standards and requirements, thus allowing the health care facility to focus on care."
MedNetwoRx provides pioneering information technology services and support for medical offices ranging from solo practices to multi-site medical groups and hospital systems. Mr. Johnson describes his company's mission as the provision of customized comprehensive information technology solutions to the medical industry, including systems design, practice management applications, installation, training, maintenance and around-the-clock technical support.
For more information, contact Mark Johnson at 972-892-7251.
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