Meridios Partners with CCC for Clinical Content Development

COSHOCTON, Ohio, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Meridios, Ltd announces a new strategic partnership with Clinical Content Consultants (CCC) to provide specialized clinical content development. John Janas, III, MD, co-owner of CCC, will lead the CQIC™ development process.

CQIC™ is a Clinical Quality Improvement Collaborative that will allow reports to be delivered within the Meridios healthMATRIX® 3.0 application. CQIC™ reports are updated automatically and logic can be combined and sorted for enhanced flexibility. CQIC™ is strategically aligned with the development of other CCC content.

This new business relationship will strengthen and broaden Meridios, Ltd content abilities within their healthMATRIX® suite of products. With CCC created content, healthMATRIX® clients will receive the many benefits of CQIC™ reports.

Meridios, Ltd is a software development company specializing in a healthcare quality tracking application with the ability to perform CMS registry reporting. healthMATRIX® can provide the benefit of increased accuracy and increased probability of maximizing provider incentive payments. Reporting is performed via an automated process by extracting required data directly from electronic medical record (EMR) systems. A fragmented healthcare system leaves a gap in the capture and reporting of clinical data. Meridios™ seeks to bridge that gap.

For more information, go to http://www.meridios.com or call 740.622.2400.

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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