ATLAS to Participate on Panel at Futurescape 2011

CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ATLAS Medical, a leader in healthcare connectivity, will present its latest EMR integration strategies as well as speak on the pathology and laboratory network panel at the CAP Foundation Futurescape of Pathology Conference on April 15-17 at the InterContinental Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois.

ATLAS Medical will demonstrate key solutions at the conference including the ATLAS OuterWare® Anatomic Pathology (AP) order entry with body mass diagrams, ATLAS Mobile™ for the iPad® with CPOE and results review, and iOn™, a revolutionary integration solution designed in response to the dramatic increase of physicians adopting EMRs.

In addition to the product demonstrations, on April 16, Robert Atlas, President and CEO of ATLAS Medical, will speak on the panel “The Development of National Electronic Pathology/Laboratory Networks.” As part of this discussion, Mr. Atlas will discuss the benefits of building an open collaborative network to further extend expertise of the pathology community and enhance the quality of patient care.

The connectivity capabilities of iOn have the potential to pave the way for a collaborative network. The principle of iOn is to quickly and seamlessly connect labs to EMR systems. Mr. Atlas remarks, “The fragmentation of the market – hundreds of EMR vendors, thousands of labs – is a key driver for iOn. Connecting all participants efficiently, in a fraction of the time at a fraction of the cost, is what iOn is designed to do. Looking forward, ATLAS has the right combination of technology, expertise and market leadership to take on the challenges of delivering new technological advancements to the AP market and the open collaborative network.”

Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the ATLAS solutions, including iOn, at the conference. Attendees may view a “hands on” demonstration of ATLAS Mobile for the iPad® including placing new orders and accessing complete patient reports and results, as well view the ATLAS Anatomic Pathology module with body mass diagrams and integrated reporting. Please visit ATLAS at booth #15.

About Futurescape Pathology

Futurescape of Pathology is an innovative forum designed to facilitate dialogue between decision-makers from pathology, business, technology and the financial industries. This exciting conference is the platform for a “two-way” conversation with the forces driving innovation to hear the ideas of, and gather information from practicing pathologists about the transformation of pathology. Experts will guide you through the exploration of the latest innovation theory, strategy, and case studies. Learn from these resources how to successfully implement and refine innovation to leverage and grow your practice.

About Atlas Medical

Atlas Medical delivers cost-effective outreach and clinical solutions for the healthcare enterprise that include integrated CPOE for Laboratory, Radiology, ePrescribing and other disciplines, along with features to support EHR adoption. Our advanced technology enables healthcare organizations to efficiently manage their operations and reduce costs. Atlas customers include hospital outreach programs, healthcare centers of excellence and commercial laboratories. Atlas Medical is a division of Atlas Development Corporation. For more information, visit us at www.AtlasMedical.com.

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