ABILITY Network CEO Discusses Direct Project Pilot Results, Implications at American Health Information Management Confere

--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ABILITY Network Inc™ CEO, Mark Briggs, will discuss key learnings and implications of the first Direct Project pilot program during the presentation, The Direct Project – Transforming Patient Care at the American Health Information Management Conference (AHIMA) on October 3. Briggs will also highlight implications and future use cases for Direct, including improvements in patient safety and patient eligibility verification.

ABILITY -- formerly VisionShare -- the nation’s largest and most secure web-based health network, will also exhibit at the conference and demonstrate its latest product, ABILITY AWARE. With ABILITY AWARE providers receive daily automated notifications via email identifying when medical record fragmentation occurs within their facility. Hospital staff is able to view previous patient records to assist them with better healthcare decision making and ensure that duplicate records will be avoided.


    The Direct Project – Transforming Patient Care at the AHIMA National Convention and Exhibit. AHIMA will draw Health Information Management (HIM) professionals from all areas of health informatics and information management for a week long focus on HIM’s global transformation
ABILITY is exhibiting at Booth 211, showcasing the latest in patient safety identification and online reports.


Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah


Oct. 3, presentation from 4:45-5:45 in Ballrooms I-J; Oct. 2-5, exhibiting

To schedule product demonstrations prior to the show, contact: [email protected]

For all media inquiries and more information on Mark Briggs’ presentation, please contact:
Geri Martin
[email protected]

About ABILITY Network Inc™
ABILITY works to save lives by facilitating information exchange and knowledge-sharing among every participant within the healthcare spectrum – hospitals, physician practices, home care providers, DMEs, and private and government payers – as well as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In use for more than a decade in more than 3,000 hospitals across the country, ABILITY’s network supports healthcare decision makers in their quest to promote care coordination and collaboration, reduce record fragmentation, participate in new and emerging care models, and access the Direct Project network and state and community-based Health Information Exchanges (HIEs).


ABILITY Network Inc
Geri Martin
[email protected]

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