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NDMA Launches Clinical Intelligence Platform
Date:10/17/2007

National Digital Medical Archive, Inc. (NDMA) introduces platform that leverages data contained within enterprise healthcare systems into clinical intelligence needed to help improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare

costs

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- National Digital Medical Archive, Inc. (NDMA) today announced the availability of the NDMA Clinical Intelligence Platform to all healthcare providers around the country. Through NDMA, healthcare providers now have the ability to leverage all data contained within disparate healthcare system databases to better understand and manage their clinical operations in order to maximize performance. NDMA will also be used to identify opportunities to improve patient satisfaction and the quality of healthcare.

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NDMA's Clinical Intelligence Platform is the industry's first Clinical Intelligence (CI) solution that enables healthcare providers and payers to provide up-to-the-minute business information to empowering decision-makers across the organization. This information is used to identify emerging trends and enable stakeholders to immediately take action when problems arise that will positively affect their company's bottom line.

"Our platform is the only known technology that can easily snap into any healthcare IT environment leaving a small footprint, while also providing a single and consistent view of all complex data contained in disparate healthcare systems," stated Derek Danois, CEO, NDMA. "By leveraging our enabling technology, healthcare stakeholders can expect more value delivered from their healthcare system enterprise," added Danois.

The NDMA Clinical Intelligence (CI) Platform was developed to enable healthcare organizations to track, understand, and manage their clinical business operations in order to maximize enterprise performance. It integrates and analyzes all data contained within the healthcare enterprise and then delivers insight to providers to help them optimize the delivery of healthcare and achieve exceptional patient outcomes.

NDMA helps Healthcare Providers:

-- Improve the quality of healthcare

-- Reduce medical errors

-- Improve patient satisfaction

-- Optimize pay-for-performance reporting

-- Identify inefficiencies and reduce costs

-- Practice more evidence-based medicine

-- Ensure compliance

About National Digital Medical Archive, Inc. (NDMA)

NDMA, a recognized leader in clinical intelligence and clinical performance management solutions, provides cutting-edge products and services that streamline the delivery and sharing of healthcare information among healthcare providers, payers and patients. Our intelligent infrastructure platform for data management and communications is currently being leveraged by leading care delivery organizations (CDOs) across the U.S and Europe to optimize business processes and improve the delivery and quality of healthcare. Established in 2003, NDMA is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. For more information on NDMA, please visit http://www.ndma.us, call 888.636.NDMA or email us at info@ndma.us.


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