VigiLanz Introduces Enhanced Care Management Solutions Development Services at HIMSS 2016
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VigiLanz, an enterprise intelligence resources (EIR) software and services firm delivering real-time clinical and business intelligence services to approximately 400 hospitals, introduced today its enhanced Care Management Solutions development services at HIMSS ’16, the annual healthcare information technology conference and exhibition being held this year in Las Vegas.
VigiLanz Care Management Solutions delivers a robust, flexible configuration and customization environment that can be leveraged across a healthcare enterprise by administration, IT, patient care givers, hospital support staff, and researchers alike. “This ‘open platform-on-a-platform’ in the cloud enables numerous and varied projects to be configured and implemented quickly using VigiLanz Care Management Solutions Services for inpatient and outpatient populations alike,” said David Goldsteen M.D., VigiLanz chairman and CEO. “With VigiLanz Care Management Solutions, clients have a workbench environment on the VigiLanz Intelligence platform, to address specific problems by designing custom sets of services, including discrete clinical workflows, real-time alerting, analytics and reports. Groups that are dedicated to improving patient care, care delivery, readmission, cost containment and working to optimize research efficiencies can benefit greatly from the flexibility we provide.”
According to Stacy Pur, VigiLanz Clinical Intelligence vice president, workflows, alerts, analytics and reporting are significantly different from what a typical EHR transaction system can provide. “One of the major advantages of using VigiLanz Intelligence is the rapid speed, flexibility and responsiveness of our enterprise platform. VigiLanz Care Management Solutions enables the creation and delivery of numerous software-based services quickly to meet the dynamic and evolving needs of users. In addition, VigiLanz provides flexibility in working with many different types of healthcare and alternative data across a variety of user groups, and particularly offers the unique ability to standardize disparate data elements along with the ability to deliver solutions and services to groups and systems outside of typical EHR user groups.”
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