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Healthcare IT Leaders from InfoLogix Address Gaps in EMR Implementation, Medical Error Reduction and Healthcare Cost Savings at HIMSS09
Date:3/30/2009

HATBORO, Pa., March 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

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WHO: David Gulian, President and CEO of InfoLogix; Richard Hodge, Executive Vice President of Healthcare; and Gerry Bartley, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Healthcare Consulting, are available before, during and after the HIMSS09 Conference, April 4-8, 2009, for one-on-one media interviews.

Topics of expertise include:

  • Electronic Medical Records: President Obama's health IT stimulus plan, interoperability concerns, implementation challenges, and the need for access to patient data at the point-of-care.
  • Reduction of Medical Errors: Technologies and workflow strategies that can help prevent over 100,000 patients from dying each year of medical mistakes.
  • Hospital Cost-Cutting Strategies: Ways to reduce operational expenses and increase productivity without requiring layoffs.
  • Industry M&A: How InfoLogix' five industry acquisitions in the last 18 months has made them one of the only companies capable today of both implementing EMRs and wirelessly bringing critical patient information to the point of care.

Gulian and Hodge co-founded InfoLogix in 2001, and have spearheaded over 1500 mobile implementations at hospitals. Bartley joined in 2007 with the company's acquisition of Healthcare Informatics Associates. He has over 30 years experience including serving as CIO of two major medical centers and leading over 100 EMR implementations.

WHAT: HIMSS09, the annual conference of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, will bring the hottest issues in healthcare technology into the national spotlight. Physicians, nurses, HIT executives, pharmacists, vendors and healthcare IT professionals from around the world will come together to learn new ways to use technology to redefine healthcare.

InfoLogix, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFLG) is ready to help America's healthcare system make efficient use of President's Obama's $19 billion stimulus investment for implementing EMRs. With 19 issued patents, InfoLogix is one of the only providers in America now implementing mobile wireless technology that brings EMR systems to the point of care, designing mobile solutions for the reduction of medical errors, and advising on strategic cost-cutting strategies for over 1500 hospitals in the U.S.

WHEN: HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, April 4-8, 2009


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