IQMax Unveils Patient-Centric Health Information Exchange Platform

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) January 8, 2010 -- IQMax is pleased to announce the release of its new Patient-Centric Health Information Exchange platform. The IQMax HIE platform builds on IQMax's strength in interconnecting and aggregating patient data from multiple disparate health information systems using its powerful interface engine. Providers access HIE information by way of a secure web portal, accessible via any internet connection, including a desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone (iPhone, Blackberry, or Windows Mobile).

The IQMax HIE platform gives physicians access to clinical information including discharge summaries, procedures, problem lists, medication lists, allergies, and test results to providers of care and patient-authorized entities. Unique to IQMax, the HIE platform delivers clinical information to providers using a Patient centric approach. This enables the provider to see information presented across the patient's history, allowing providers to view their patient's historical record of care in any care setting, whether at the hospital, clinic, or elsewhere. Unlike other HIE platforms, with IQMax there is no need to login to a separate system or portal to access HIE information. IQMax's healthcare applications are supported by patient health information from HIE delivered contextually to the physician on any internet appliance- desktop, tablet, or smartphone. The HIE platform also is easily integrated with IQMax's other healthcare applications allowing physicians to dictate patient notes and capture billable charges. It is simple, intuitive, and easy to use.

IQMax is engaged in multiple HIE initiatives across the country, and offers the flexibility of both SaaS, and on-site installations. Utilizing its robust interface engine, IQMax is able to aggregate data from different systems, but can also move data between systems as well. This means that IQMax can tailor its HIE solution to meet a customer's most vigorous requirements.

"The inability of disparate health information systems within the healthcare community to communicate and share information with each other is significantly hindering the ability of physicians to render patient care. IQMax has delivered a scalable, intuitive solution that provides for health information exchange within healthcare communities using diverse health information systems. The IQMax platform allows physicians to make patient care decisions based on more complete medical record information, delivered to physicians in the context of their daily workflows", said Paul Adkison, CEO and Founder of IQMax.

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