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Greenway Medical Technologies Leads Ambulatory Interoperability Exchange
Date:7/9/2008

for interoperability that enabled clinical data to be transportable, thus enhancing patient safety and efficiency. Acting upon this documentation, Greenway designed its EHR solution, PrimeSuite(R), to meet the CCD standards for interoperability. Greenway continues to develop and deploy interactive data integration tools geared toward collecting patient-centric information from other ambulatory care systems. In July the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT(R)) added the requirement that CCHIT Certified(R) Ambulatory EHR 2008 products be capable of sending patient summaries using the CCD standards.

"Greenway is excited with the success and collaboration achieved by two of the HIT industry's leading EHR providers," said Justin Barnes, vice president of marketing and government affairs for Greenway. "The showcase effectively demonstrated the reality of data sharing from one ambulatory product to another and the call to action is clear, it is time we bring interoperability from a concept into a practical working exchange that will improve the quality of healthcare across the board and afford EHR adoption incentives such as the Stark relaxation to increase EHR availability."

"There remains a sense that it is not yet possible to electronically exchange meaningful healthcare data. Real-time demonstrations such as this event and use of the Continuity of Care Document shows that what was once simply a concept is now beginning to positively impact the way EHR providers design their solutions," said Lisa Spellman, director of IHE at HIMSS. "Today's practitioners are starting to understand and request applications that provide interoperability between systems -- we look forward to more EHR vendors committing to interoperability as it plays a key role shaping the way healthcare is provided in the U.S."

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