AUBURN HILLS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CJPS Medical Systems announces today that it has released its newest VitalPoint® software which is compliant to HL7. This announcement comes as the ATA, the largest international tradeshow focused exclusively on telemedicine, telehealth, and remote medical technologies, takes place on May 1st-3rd, 2011 in Tampa, Florida.
As with every VitalPoint® advance, this new feature will not cost anything to existing VitalPoint® users, who will simply get this enhanced capability automatically.
CJPS Medical Systems’ staff will demonstrate VitalPoint® to visitors at this event in the largest booth on the floor (Booth1833). This difficult-to-miss display of state-of-the-art technology will also feature a free coffee bar, and 30% discounts on every system acquired during this tradeshow.
“Patients that use VitalPoint® have always raved about its legendary user-friendliness, which is due, in part, to its very intuitive color, touch-screen menu, which was specifically designed for the older population for which it is targeted”, states C. Sevrain, CJPS Medical System’s Chief Executive. “Now, this user-friendliness has been extended to the health care facilities that monitor patients using VitalPoint® by simplifying its integration with their legacy systems”, he adds.
Health Level Seven International (HL7) is the global authority on standards for interoperability of health information technology, with members in over 55 countries. Hospitals and other health care provider organizations typically have many different computer systems, used for everything from billing records to patient tracking. All of these systems should communicate with each other when they receive new information, but unfortunately not all do so. HL7 specifies a number of standards that enable health care systems to communicate with each other and allow information to be shared and processed in a uniform and consistent manner.
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