Leverage healthMATRIX® 3.0 for Financial and Clinical Success

COSHOCTON, Ohio, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Meridios, Ltd announces the release of its most powerful disease registry and quality reporting software to date: healthMATRIX® 3.0.

Meridios is breaking new ground in custom clinical logic with the integration of the healthMATRIX® 3.0 quality reporting suite of products. Other enhanced features and functionality include:

  • Easy to use Web 3.0 interface for publishing data
  • Powerful content from national leaders
  • Dynamic business rules engine
  • Enhanced patient communication features

"Meridios clients have netted an estimated incentive payback of over $1 million in the calendar year 2010," stated Patrick Clark, Meridios CEO. In 2011, Meridios, Ltd successfully submitted PQRI for 857 providers and eRx for 422 to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). With a proven track record, healthMATRIX® is enabling customers the ability to receive a 2X return on investment in less than one year after install.

With a proven track record in the healthcare industry, Meridios continues to forge new ground with healthMATRIX® Meaningful Use reporting on the horizon. As a world-class health registry application, healthMATRIX® is expanding to include custom clinical content through a new partnership with Clinical Content Consultants (CCC) to provide Clinical Quality Improvement Collaborative (CQIC). CQIC™ will allow reports to be delivered within healthMATRIX® 3.0 and logic to be combined and sorted then updated automatically for enhanced flexibility.

To schedule a demo of healthMATRIX® 3.0, call 740.622.2400 or email [email protected] for more information. healthMATRIX® is changing the way people view their data and driving quality improvement projects across the nation. Visit http://www.meridios.com today to learn more.

Company: Meridios, Ltd
Contact Person: Andrea Schweitzer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 740-622-2400

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SOURCE Meridios, Ltd

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