--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- 4medica:
WHAT: Ravi Sharma, president and CEO of 4medica, the leading independent provider of Web-based connectivity between physicians and clinical laboratories, will be a featured speaker at the 15th Annual Executive War College on Laboratory and Pathology Management. He will discuss the impact of and opportunities the federal meaningful use of electronic health records (EHR) requirements offer to clinical and anatomic pathology laboratories.
The Annual Executive War College on Laboratory and Pathology Management is the healthcare industry’s premier conference for laboratory executives, pathologists, and industry leaders. It offers attendees the opportunity to learn how to respond and share tips to address new legislation and changes in the healthcare system and managed care.
The conference agenda is available at http://www.executivewarcollege.com/PDFs/2010-Executive-War-College-Agenda.pdf.
PRESENTATION DETAILS: “The Role of Labs in Meaningful Use: How Opportunities Created by Meaningful Use Will Impact the Competitive Lab Testing Marketplace” will examine the important role laboratories play in helping hospitals and physician practices achieve meaningful use criteria and quality for financial incentives under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
|Tuesday, April 27, 2010|
|8:00 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.|
|Sheraton New Orleans Hotel|
|500 Canal Street|
|New Orleans, LA 70130|
CONFERENCE ATTENDEES: Laboratory administrators and executives, pathologists, directors of business development, and industry leaders
INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY: Ravi Sharma, president and CEO, 4medica
MEDIA CONTACT: Lindsey Karberg for 4medica, 480-664-8412 ext. 13, [email protected]
4medica is the nation's leading provider of Web-based applications designed to create easy access to patient-centric, real-time, actionable data by integrating information from legacy systems at multiple inpatient and outpatient locations. Starting out as a lab outreach connectivity company, 4medica has expanded its offerings into an Integrated Health Record (IHR) that helps hospitals and physician practices leverage existing technology systems while improving the access and functionality they lack. Its IHR application suite, which was developed in collaboration with physicians, has already received unrivalled acceptance and adoption because of its powerful, yet intuitive functionality, coupled with its demonstrated ability to help reduce costs, improve quality of care and favorably impact clinical outcomes. 4medica continues to build on its success in connecting over 100 institutional customers with over 22,000 physicians. For more information, visit http://www.4medica.com.
Lindsey Karberg for 4medica
480-664-8412 ext. 13
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