Liaison Technologies Celebrates National Health IT Week Partnership

Liaison’s Cloud-based Data Integration and Data Management Services Help Providers Achieve Meaningful Use and Secondary Use Objectives Faster

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Liaison Technologies, a global provider of cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, announced today that it is joining with other U.S. companies in celebrating National Health Information Technology (NHIT) Week, September 12-16, which marks the important role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in America. This year’s theme is “One Voice, One Vision: Transforming Health and Care.”

Liaison’s cloud-based data integration and management services help healthcare providers and health information exchanges (HIEs) solve external B2B and internal enterprise application integration (EAI) challenges to accelerate the system-wide adoption of health information technology. Reliable outsourced data integration helps providers, hospitals, health information exchanges and associated organizations comply with industry and federal regulations to meet meaningful use requirements quicker and without the expense of capital outlays. In addition to improving patient outcomes through more accurate and complete patient records, it also enables secondary use of patient information such as to help pharmaceutical companies locate suitable patients for clinical trials.

“Our participation in National Health IT Week reinforces our commitment to helping healthcare providers and related organizations maximize meaningful and secondary use of health information to improve patient care,” said Gary Palgon, Liaison’s vice president of Product Management and Strategy. “We’re keenly focused on working with the extended IT healthcare information community to leverage technology to benefit the healthcare system.”

About National Health Information Technology Week

Now in its fifth year, National Health IT Week is a collaborative forum assembling key healthcare constituents—vendors, provider organizations, payers, pharmaceutical/biotech companies, government agencies, industry/professional associations, research foundations, and consumer protection groups—working together to elevate national attention to the necessity of advancing health IT. Log onto for more information.

About Liaison Technologies

Liaison Technologies is a global integration, data management and data security company with over 600 customers in the healthcare industry. Its cloud-based integration and data management services integrate, translate and manage patient and other critical business information so that it can be securely accessed and exchanged in real-time between providers, health plans, patients, health information exchanges and other organizations, such as pharmaceutical companies, to improve patient care and comply with government and industry regulations. Liaison’s high-value data integration services help healthcare organizations achieve meaningful use and secondary use of patient data faster and at lower cost than in-house solutions. Headquartered in Atlanta, Liaison has offices in the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit\healthcare.

Liaison and the Liaison logo are trademarks of Liaison Technologies, Inc. All other names or product names mentioned in this release are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.


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