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Nine Healthcare Companies Named Finalists for Innovations in HealthcareSM ABBY Awards, to be Presented April 28th
Date:3/9/2010

On Call provides hospitals nationwide with immediate 24/7 access to expert emergency-trained neurologists via telemedicine, having performed over 10,000 such consultations in less than five years – the majority for stroke patients. Considering that time lost is brain lost in most neurologic emergencies, timely and appropriate care is paramount, or patients faced far worse outcomes, complications, and longer lengths of stay.

Austin, TX’s WhiteGlove House Call Health is a membership-based primary healthcare provider whose services are available to members in their home or workplace, 365 days a year, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. In addition to a reasonable annual membership fee, members pay a flat $35 fee per house call, which includes medical care, generic prescription medications, over-the-counter remedies, foods and beverages.

Finalists in the “Innovations in Healthcare Information Technology and Telecommunications Technology” category are:

San Diego, CA’s A-Life Medical’s Actus® 6.0 product is a web-based, natural language, “intelligent assistant” to the health information workflow within physician practices, improving both the productivity and accuracy of the medical coding and billing process and correctly representing the procedures – in words (using standard terminology) and graphics – in electronic patient records.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada’s Diversinet Corporation’s AllOne Mobile solution allows healthcare organizations to securely extend their reach to patients on their smart phones. The software auto-detects what type of mobile device the patient has and generates the right download package automatically; the user can access their personal health records and communications by entering a PIN number; and all communications are double encrypted for security.

Princeton, NJ’s PeriGen’s clinical decision support system addresses prevent
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