Artemis Health Group Integrates Health Language to Support Regulatory Compliance and Interoperability in Ambulatory EHR and PM Offerings

Artemis Health Group Integrates Health Language to Support Regulatory Compliance and Interoperability in Ambulatory EHR and PM Offerings

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will utilize the advanced Language Engine and Provider Friendly Terminology to normalize data into standard terminologies and enhance diagnosis and problem search, ensuring compliance with Meaningful Use and ICD-10. Health Language solutions will also be leveraged to make interoperability a reality between the company’s EHR and practice management solution.

“Our clients look to us to build the best technological foundation for promoting high-quality care delivery that aligns with an ever-evolving regulatory landscape,” said Phil Suiter, President and CEO, Artemis. “Integration of the Health Language suite of clinical language management tools into our EHR and PM solutions will position our clients for increased success with ICD-10, Meaningful Use Stage 2 and the future of health information exchange.”

Headquartered in Brentwood, TN, Artemis Health Group is a leading provider of clinical workflow and mobile patient engagement solutions for OB-GYN physician practices. The company’s solutions are used by practices across 45 states to improve care delivery, workflow efficiency and profitability.

“The critical role of standardized, easy-to-use clinical language for electronic documentation and communication has become clearly apparent for healthcare providers trying to navigate ICD-10, Meaningful Use, and the multiple other government initiatives that are converging at once,” said Brian McDonald, Executive Vice President, Health Language, Wolters Kluwer Health, Clinical Solutions. “We are pleased to partner with a leading EHR vendor like Artemis to deliver the tools physician practices need to enhance patient care and ensure future compliance.”

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Wolters Kluwer Health is part of , a market-leading global information services company. Wolters Kluwer had 2012 annual revenues of €3.6 billion ($4.6 billion), employs approximately 19,000 people worldwide, and maintains operations in over 40 countries across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Follow our official Twitter handle: .

Artemis Health Group, Inc. is a leading provider of healthcare information technology solutions and services for obstetrics and gynecology. Artemis Health Group's core purpose is to improve women's healthcare. Artemis Health Group’s Electronic Medical Record products (EMR), Practice Management System (PMS) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions provide safer, more consistent documented care to the women seen by its clients. Today, 100,000+ active pregnancies and 2.1 million women's records are managed using its solutions. Working with its 350+ OB-GYN clients, Artemis Health Group continuously studies the workflows within OB-GYN practices and tailors its easy-to-use, Internet-based software to optimize practices clinically, financially and administratively.

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