News | February 24, 2008

eHealth Global, MedCommons Form Alliance for CCR Solution

February 25, 2008— eHealth Global Technologies Inc. and MedCommons Inc. have partnered for a technology alliance designed to provide eHealth Global’s clients with a continuity of care record-compliant (CCR) solution for accessing and viewing referred patient records and images over the Internet.

eHealth Global’s portfolio of services are centered around the collection, digitization and access to medical records and images on behalf of referred patients to tertiary care facilities, specialty clinics and community-based health networks with disparate record management systems, according to the company. eHealth Global’s eHealthChart, which incorporates the MedCommons technology, provides CCR-standard based access to a patient’s health information, including capabilities to manage imaging and PDF documents.

“The alliance with MedCommons provides another option for our clients to access the records and images that we collect on their behalf,” said Ken Rosenfeld, president and acting-CEO of eHealth Global. “With eHealthChart, we can deliver the records we collect for secure online viewing, or direct integration and access via our customer’s existing information systems, such as an EMR or Radiology PACS. The CCR Standard is an important step toward driving full functionality and interoperability of medical records for clinical access wherever and whenever needed.”

For more information: www.ehgt.com

Related Content

Study Points to Need for Performance Standards for EHR Usability and Safety
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | July 18, 2018
A novel new study provides compelling evidence that the design, development and implementation of electronic health...
Drchrono EHR Partners With Ambra Health for Medical Imaging Access
News | Remote Viewing Systems | March 14, 2018
drchrono Inc. announced a new partnership with Ambra Health to give physicians and radiologists direct access to...
Cerner is extending its population health, clinical and administration portfolio with an integrated solution that combines Salesforce Health Cloud and Marketing Cloud with Cerner’s HealtheIntent, its big data platform.
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | March 06, 2018
Cerner announced a new collaboration with Salesforce, a global leader in customer relationship management (CRM). Cerner...
electronic medical records
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | June 15, 2017
During the first quarter of 2017, Black Book surveyed 140 chief information officers (CIOs), 159 chief financial...
News | PACS Accessories | April 25, 2017
April 25, 2017 — ImageMoverMD announced the availability of ImageMover Media, a universal, web-based solution to...
ECRI Institute, top 10 patient safety concerns, 2017 report, information technology, healthcare
News | Information Technology | March 24, 2017
Safe implementation of new technologies and therapies accompany classic patient safety challenges on ECRI Institute's “...
Logicalis Healthcare Solutions, Epic service desk, HIMSS17
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | March 06, 2017
March 6, 2017 — Logicalis Healthcare Solutions announced in February a new service desk offering – Service Desk for E
HIMSS Leadership and Workforce Survey, HIMSS17, electronic medical records, EMR, health information technology
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | February 21, 2017
A new study from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), unveiled at the 2017 HIMSS...
Logicalis Healthcare Solutions, top five cybersecurity issues, CIOs, chief information officers, HIMSS17
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | February 10, 2017
With the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s annual meeting (HIMSS17) scheduled for Feb. 19-23 in...
Logicalis US, healthcare CIOs, enterprise imaging, value-based care, new white paper, seven tips
News | Enterprise Imaging | January 20, 2017
To help healthcare chief information officers (CIOs) examine the important role enterprise imaging plays in value-based...
Overlay Init