It has recently been reported on Yahoo! News that MediXall Group, Inc., who are the medical network arm of Grace Century Electronic Medical Records (EMR) portfolio partner Quantum, have announced the launch of Phase 2 in the recruitment of Healthcare Providers. This has been done with the Provider Development Website, which has been designed to speed-up the enlisting of selected physician practices, diagnostic centers and medical services companies to the MediXaid Platform.
MediXall Group Chief Operating Officer, Carl Larsen, stated, “We are excited by the overwhelmingly positive response we are receiving from healthcare practices to join the MediXaid® Provider Network. We believe we have developed a strong marketing and sales program that will both facilitate the rapid development of a strong healthcare provider network in the South Florida are, plus will further serve as a foundation for expanding our reach throughout the State and nationwide.”
Grace Century President and Director of Research Scott Wolf said “Fresh Out of the box, Grace Century and Quantum’s Portfolio firm is moving forward fast. We are so excited for this firm, with Beta testing expected over the summer.”
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Scott Wolf, Grace Century?s CEO, commented on the recent shutdown of Boston Children?s Hospital EMR, “This is exactly why the only answer, like our project with The Quantum Group, is cloud-based EMR. It just doesn?t make any sense to do it any other way?not economically, functionality, or in efficiency.”
?The world is travelling faster than ever before,” comments Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century. “As we read in the article below, the applications are endless for the convergence of technology and information systems with regard to healthcare.”
“Even this week, the outbreak of influenza in the U.S. has doctors seeing patients over Skype, versus risking infecting more people by having them come to the office,? says Wolf, ?…it?s the modern-day house call.”
“There is just no way to skirt around HIPAA privacy rules,? says Scott wolf, CEO of Grace Century. ?While the mobile phone manufactuers like Apple are keen to supply you with as many health related apps as they can, regulation is the engine?s governor with regulation?s web and ‘patients? rights’ concerns.?