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Mississippi Division of Medicaid, Shared Health® Launch EHR, e-Prescribe
Date:8/19/2010

-edge, cost effective technology solution.

"Together with the Mississippi Division of Medicaid, we are delivering better patient care through a statewide Electronic Health Record with eScript System using Shared Health's guiding principles to deliver the most secure, cost-efficient solution to the residents of Mississippi," said Kim Wagner, chief information officer of Shared Health. "This world-class solution provides clinicians and patients tools for managing and improving care – allowing them to make better medical decisions at the point of care through relevant clinical information, including lab results, medications, immunizations, and allergies."

When combined with access to medical claims information and patient demographics, costs are reduced because the data-sharing eliminates duplicative services. At the same time, patient safety and treatment outcomes are improved.

"As an innovator in the health care information industry, Shared Health partners with physicians and nurses to transform patient care, establishing a successful track record for outreach, access and outcomes," Wagner said.

Through the partnership, the State of Mississippi Division of Medicaid will also be able to store records electronically in a secure location, allowing access to those records even in the event of a natural or man-made disaster, preserving critical health data of Medicaid recipients across the state.

About Shared Health

Shared Health was launched in 2004 with the mission to transform health care by offering secure, innovative health information technology (HIT) solutions. With the records of nearly 4 million patients in its HIE, Shared Health's web-based applications securely share and connect medical information across a patient's network of clinicians, including 5,400 physicians in Tennessee. Shared Health strives to be the clinician's trusted partner for sharing relevant patient information at the point of care, e
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