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EHRtv.com Publishes Over 40 Video Interviews from HIMSS10
Date:4/22/2010

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Greenway Medical Technologies Vice President of Marketing, Corporate Development, and Government Affairs, Justin Barnes, reviews several of Greenway Medical's products and services and talks about the PrimeResearch tool that allows customers and patients to participate in clinical trials and research with real time data access and polling.

IBM General Manager of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Dan Pelino, explains how IBM is involved in many aspects of Health IT, which include EHR selection, hosting, and integration/connectivity. He also discusses one of IBM's pilot projects focused on utilizing technology to implement Patient-Centered Medical Home programs.

Ingenix Vice President, Kim LaFontanna, discusses the CareTracker web-based EHR/PM system, and the specific research that guided the development of this robust yet user-friendly product.

NextGen Healthcare President, Scott Decker, discusses the company's recent initiatives and plans for the future, including the recent acquisition of Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc. This technology will assist hospitals with integrating both inpatient and outpatient healthcare delivery across the continuum of care.

Sage Healthcare Vice President of Business Development, Ken Ernsting, talks about how Sage is developing innovative EHR products to meet the proposed meaningful use criteria, which includes launching new patient portal technology and focusing on connectivity of its Intergy EHR/PM system.

Sprint Vice President of Industry Solutions, Tim Donahue, discusses Sprint's role in healthcare, and further reviews how new technology, 3G/4G networks, and smart phones will play an important role in adding value in healthcare to both patients and providers.

Visit EHR Videos to view the 40+ HIMSS10 executive interviews.

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