May 13, 2016 in News from Our Companies

MEDENT partners with Clinigence in electronic health record initiative

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http://www.clinigence.comMEDENT, a software development and services company focused on automating medical practices, said it has integrated Clinigence‘s technology, which includes clinical data analytics, data mining, predictive modeling, and business intelligence, into its comprehensive EMR/EHR solution.

Clinigence, a 2015 graduate of the ATDC Signature program, is a clinical business intelligence technology provider. Leveraging cloud-based semantic collaboration, Clinigence’s solution fuels a continuous cycle of improvement in staff performance and process effectiveness while accelerating the creation of best practices.

“With the changing landscape in healthcare, it’s vital that practices and healthcare systems have the ability to obtain and report on quality measures,” said Gary S. Cuthbert, president of MEDENT. “By partnering with Clinigence, our customers can take advantage of advanced enterprise-wide reporting capabilities presented in a visual manner that will help them succeed in today’s environment. We selected Clinigence based upon their capabilities and the ease of integration with our system.”

The collaboration is already paying dividends for MEDENT customer The Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network (GBUAHN). The organization is a Health Home created under the Affordable Care Act to coordinate care for people with Medicaid who have chronic conditions. GBUAHN operates under New York State’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program.

“Improving both individual and population health is greatly dependent on the ability to access and leverage data to create insights that drive better healthcare coordination and outcomes, while lowering costs,” said Kobi Margolin, CEO of Clinigence. “We are pleased to support organizations like GBUAHN that are successfully demonstrating that value-based reimbursement and quality patient care for fragile populations go hand-in-hand.”

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