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Washington D.C. Health System Implements WebChart from Medical Informatics Engineering to Manage Military Physicals and Maritime Medicine Worldwide
Date:10/20/2011

ble to provide this care more efficiently.  MIE was able to scale its web-based system to provide quick point and click entry.  Since WebChart is internet based, we also don't have to worry about servers being down and / or inaccessible overseas."

"MIE's WebChart is expected to save us approximately $3,000 per year in servers on the ships, and an additional $3,000 per month on bandwidth airtime on our big vessels," continued Keenan.  "Further cost savings and improved patient care will also be realized if one of our crew members needs to be transferred to a port for further treatment.  Diverting a vessel at the last minute can be very costly.  WebChart gives us a big picture look at our patients so there are no surprises."  

As part of the application, MIE and The GW-MFA will also create a personal health record (PHR) for the patient and automatically transfer the information into the patient's account.  Crew members will also have the option of setting up their own NoMoreClipboard PHR prior to deployment, to allow the ship's medical officer and the clinical staff greater access to their full medical history.  

"We are honored to be working with The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates on these very innovative projects that will help improve the quality of healthcare for America's military, while significantly reducing costs," said Bruce Lisanti, president and CEO of Medical Informatics Engineering.  "WebChart will help GW-MFA easily collect and manage medical information on remote patients that will help improve their medical care while in the military and then be available for them whenever they need it, either at a military or civilian facility."

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