Solutions Address Persistent Healthcare Challenges Like Long ER Waits & Drug Costs
BOCA RATON, Fla., July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MX.com today unveiled the first e-commerce site to facilitate the hospital-to-hospital exchange of intellectual property and administrative solutions that control costs and improve patient care. At MX.com, hospital executives can find 200+ 'Solutions' – turnkey protocols, toolkits or guidelines to streamline hospital operations and solve challenges including: reducing expensive readmissions, controlling drug expenditures and improving patient care.
- The Glycemia Management Solution by Adventist Health System including Florida Hospital.
- A High-Cost Drug Guidelines Solution from Partners HealthCare, founded by Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.
- An Employee Engagement Survey by Benefis Health System.
- The Emergency Department Toolkit from Banner Health.
"Health system leaders are continually searching for 'best in class' solutions to tackle daily operational challenges – such as spiraling drug costs or improving ER wait times," said Joseph Davis, PhD, MX.com founder. "MX.com is a source for both free and licensed Solutions developed and tested by leading medical institutions. We've established a pragmatic alternative to the high costs associated with creating in-house materials or hiring consultants, and opened a new revenue stream for hospital leaders who seek to market their intellectual property to benefit other healthcare providers."
MX.com will continuously grow their inventory of Solutions — developed by leading hospitals to solve persistent healthcare problems.
About MX.com (www.mx.com)
MX.com by Medimetrix Solutions EXchange is the first online marketplace for free or licensed healthcare management Solutions. Hospital leaders can buy Solutions at MX.com or license and sell their intellectual property to other hospitals. Established in 2011, MX.com is a privately held company and was founded by Joseph Davis, chairman of Medimetrix Group and Spirit of Women Health Network. Since 1987, the Medimetrix Group and its affiliates have provided consulting and marketing services to close to 1000 hospitals.