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.”
Read the full article on Yahoo! News by clicking here.
A recent article on ZD Net takes a look at cloud computing / technology and how it the business models to generate revenue from related products have evolved over the years.
Our electronic medical records partner The Quantum Group Inc, have developed an innovative cloud- based system known PWeR, which a shortened version of Personal Wellness Record. Quantum currently employs a subscription model, which interestingly is how most the companies who use cloud technology in other industries – Amazon being a prime example – are structuring their business models.
Scott Wolf, President and Director of Research for Grace Century, commented “this is an interesting article on the subject of cloud technology, and from our perspective is it notable that Quantum have taken a commercial path which is similar to that of cutting-edge industry giants in other technology-based market sectors. The difference between the healthcare sector and other market sectors is that the use of cloud computing and related technology is very much behind in the healthcare sector, and Quantum are one of the very few companies in this sector who have embraced such technology at a best-practice level.”
Read the full article on ZD Net by clicking here.
Yahoo! Finance News has reported the engagement of marketing services agency eLuminate by MediXall.
MediXall, who are the medical network arm of Grace Century Electronic Medical Records (EMR) portfolio partner Quantum, have engaged eLuminate to assist with their branding and campaign planning across social media and other digital channels, targeting the South Florida region.
Carl Larsen, EVP and Chief Operating Officer of MediXall, commented, “A key element of our successful launch will be securing a critical mass of both providers and consumers to the platform. We are confident that the talented team from eLuminate Marketing will guide us in reaching our goals of at least 1,000 providers and 100,000 consumers to the platform within two months following official launch. eLuminate is also working closely with the MediXaid development team to ensure brand consistency and the highest quality of User Interface and User Experience — absolutely key elements to our success.”
Read the full story on Yahoo! Finance News here.
MediXall, the medical services member network for the of Grace Century Electronic Medical Records (EMR) project partner Quantum, have just filed their 10-K report. Highlights include:
- The creation of the MediXaid Platform (the “MediXaid Platform”), which has developed a region by region medical services and products e-Marketplace to allow purchasers of products and services to solicit bids from vendors based on location, quality, customer satisfaction results and best value.
- Detail on the uniqueness of MediXall’s offering with regarding to offering the full range of medical equipment, medical devices, products and services credentialed in accordance with healthcare industry standards,and how their approach is a game-changer in comparison to the alternatives currently available in the market.
Read the full report filing here.
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has announced that Salama, its electronic medical record (EMR) system, will be rolled out in three phases this year, according to a recent article in Computer Weekly.
11,000 DHA staff will be trained to use Salama in 2017, which already contains 1.4 million patient records and has experienced 112 million transactions. The three phases will be rolled out in April, August and November of this year respectively
Amani Al Jassmi, director of information technology at the DHA, said “Salama marks the transformation of our medical services as it re-engineers the entire process, unifying 25 applications through a single interface. The records system will bring together information about radiology, laboratory, dental, dietetics and so on under one single system.”
Scott Wolf, President and Director of Research for Grace Century, commented, “As always, Dubai continues to lead the world in healthcare reform, by giving patients more control over their own health. Like our Portfolio project, the Quantum Group (and it’s platform PWeR™), patient portals are key by empowering people over their own records.”
Read the full story on Computer Weekly here
This week, our EHR project partner The Quantum Group, Inc. received some fantastic news. Following an initial submission way back 2009 describing a method to increase the protection of sensitive patient data from malware, Quantum is proud to announce that it has received approval from the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its 12th patent.
?Regarding this last week’s article in Forbes, by Peter Ubel (The Age of Electronic Medical Records Is Upon Us), I don?t believe 90% of what was quoted in this article,? says Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century. “I don’t believe that the 37% meet all requirements! So that means if these numbers are correct, the 63% that don?t meet all requirements will be booted back! This is the difference between MU2 certification, like our Quantum Project is about to achieve, only a handful of platforms have this certification.”