Anthelio and Healthland Partner to Implement Electronic Health Records for Rural Community and Critical Access Hospitals

Anthelio Provides EHR, Clinical and Migration Expertise to Help Rural Community and Critical Access Hospitals Significantly Improve Patient Care and Efficiency

DALLAS & MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Anthelio, the leading independent provider of comprehensive healthcare information technology services and business process solutions for hospitals and other healthcare providers, and Healthland, America's market leader of healthcare information technology solutions for rural community and critical access hospitals, today announced a new partner relationship. Under terms of the agreement, Anthelio will provide the resources, expertise and scale to assist Healthland in migrating clients to the new Healthland Centriq® EHR solution.

To support the growing client demand for Centriq, Healthland and Anthelio are partnering to ensure migration and implementation services are conducted with the highest quality and level of client service. Anthelio brings substantial clinical, financial and migration resources and expertise from its 12 years serving the community hospital industry, while Healthland has more than 30 years of experience delivering financial and clinical healthcare information management solutions to the small community hospital market. Anthelio will leverage its extensive resources to complete each hospital’s migration while keeping the client experience a priority in the process. Anthelio will partner with Healthland resources to provide support from project management to migration execution and oversight. Anthelio projects that this project will enable hundreds of community hospitals to benefit from its unique integrated service delivery model.

The combined efforts of Healthland and Anthelio will ensure that rural community and critical access hospitals have all the support they need to migrate to Healthland Centriq. These migration projects will establish the basic infrastructure for rural community and critical access hospitals to operate more efficiently, provide access to patient information across the continuum of care, and improve their overall quality of patient care. Healthland Centriq is ONC-ATCB certified as a complete EHR system for Stage 1 Meaningful Use. Healthland Centriq is a simple, complete, advanced solution developed in collaboration with clinicians to align with rural hospital workflows and speed user adoption.

“Healthland is committed to helping rural and critical access hospitals meet the unique challenges they face by providing the solutions they need to deliver high quality patient care and the best possible outcomes,” said Angela Franks, President and Chief Executive Officer of Healthland. “While nearly 25-percent of Americans live in rural areas, only about 12-percent of healthcare spending goes to rural hospitals. Healthland Centriq was developed specifically to help rural hospitals enhance the quality of care they provide the neighbors, family, and friends in their communities. Together, Healthland and Anthelio will continue to deliver on Healthland’s mission of transforming community healthcare.”

“Community hospitals face numerous financial, operational and clinical challenges that require a unique breed of technology solutions, innovation and processes,” said Rick Kneipper, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer of Anthelio. “Our unique EHR, clinical and operating expertise in the rural and critical access hospital market enable us to provide a high quality, affordable, complete migration solution to Healthland customers. We are delighted to partner with Healthland on this initiative and believe that together we will help rural community and critical access hospitals across the country realize the benefits of Healthland’s fully integrated EHR solution.”

About Healthland

Healthland is America’s largest provider of fully integrated solutions to rural community and critical access hospitals, serving more than 500 clients across the country. Software and services from Healthland, including its electronic health record (EHR) solution, empower community hospitals to deliver the best possible healthcare by providing a central repository of patient information in all care settings, be it a hospital, clinic or extended care facility.

With 30 years of experience in the rural healthcare market, Healthland solutions are uniquely suited to the size and needs of rural hospitals, enabling them to focus on what they do best – care for neighbors, family and friends. Founded in Glenwood, Minn., population 2,600, Healthland is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., with regional offices in Glenwood, Minn., Louisville, Ky. and Waco, Texas. More information is available at: http://www.healthland.com.

About Anthelio

Anthelio is the largest independent provider of information technology and business process services to hospitals, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers. By provisioning hospitals with comprehensive, high-quality, flexible and secure IT and BP services, Anthelio improves hospitals’ healthcare services while reducing costs and streamlining processes. It leverages knowledge and expertise built over a decade of operations about clinical and administrative IT processes and best practices to provide improved IT and BP services at lower costs to customers. Anthelio is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. For additional information, visit the company’s website at http://www.antheliohealth.com/.



CONTACT:

Anthelio
Gutenberg Communications
Michael Gallo, 212-239-8594
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or
Healthland
Tracey Schroeder, 612-787-3125
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or
Cheryl Turk-Peterson, 612-927-3363
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