A recent study estimated that if every American had a medical home, healthcare costs would likely decrease by 5.6 percent, resulting in national savings of $67 billion dollars per year, with an improvement in the quality of the healthcare provided. In fact, the Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 provided funds for a Medicare Medical Home Demonstration Project to be launched in 2010.
MDinsight was developed on the patented and interoperable CareInformatix(TM) platform, which automates the collection, analysis and sharing of clinical data from physician practices' existing sources, including transcription, electronic medical record (EMR), practice management, lab, registry and scheduling systems, without costly interfaces. Implementation time is only four to six weeks, allowing practices to be up and running quickly.
Through the web-based MDinsight system, physicians access real-time reports that identify patients whose current treatment does not meet clinical guidelines, enabling physicians to provide appropriate, evidence-based medical care to patients in a cost-effective manner.
"MDinsight has successfully demonstrated that providers using disparate systems can securely connect and exchange health information in order to enhance the quality, safety, and cost-effectiveness of patient healthcare," said Roche. "The keys to improved patient outcomes are clinician access to comprehensive, actionable clinical data, and sharing that data across healthcare provider settings."
|SOURCE MDdatacor, Inc.|
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