|By Business Wire||
|August 14, 2014 07:15 AM EDT||
Inofile and goPMO today announced a strategic partnership to advance the implementation and adoption of Inofile solutions, enabling acute care organizations to enhance patient outcomes by connecting clinical content capture by the devices used at all points of care directly to the medical record.
“Like Inofile, goPMO has grown up in the healthcare technology space and understands how to minimize the burden on IT staff from deployment to implementation,” said Jon Elwell, CEO, Inofile. “Their expertise not only bolsters our ability to implement and support our acute care partners, it enables them to realize the benefits of Inofile solutions more quickly and effectively than ever before. The goPMO team will also work closely with device and technology partners seeking to connect to our solutions to provide added value in areas spanning clinical workflow, interoperability and mobility.”
Inofile’s acute care solutions transform unstructured medical content contained in faxes, digital images, medical device data and paper-based files into digital, standards-based patient information. By aligning this functionality with goPMO’s core competency of deployment and integration of clinical applications and technologies, acute care settings can improve system-wide operational efficiency, extend the life of existing hardware and devices and create a more complete medical record for those in their care.
“In an industry known for complexity and resource-intensive implementation, Inofile provides unique value by maximizing the functionality of an acute care environment with minimal impact to healthcare IT departments,” said Robert Williams, President & CEO, goPMO. “Inofile customers are now able to take advantage of goPMO’s ability to accelerate deployment and clinical adoption of Inofile solutions. Our partnership will provide Inofile with a scalable, efficient and repeatable model for deployment, integration and ongoing support of their solutions, enabling them to build on the innovation they have established across the healthcare spectrum.”
Inofile technology creates vital links to simplify healthcare. Its groundbreaking software solves one of the most complex and overlooked problems facing healthcare, transforming unstructured medical information into a common, standards-based format. Inofile connects the healthcare continuum with simple, cost-effective technology designed to integrate into any patient care setting. Learn more at www.inofile.com.
goPMO fills the gap for efficient, repeatable means to deploy the technology and regulatory solutions across the broad range of stakeholders that comprise any healthcare IT deployment project. goPMO’s professional service teams enable the efficient, repeatable and scalable deployment of healthcare IT software products and technology projects. Staffed with experienced clinical, operational and IT expertise, goPMO professional services accelerate the adoption and utilization of healthcare IT solutions. This balance between the EFFICIENT DEPLOYMENT of technology and the SUCCESSFUL ADOPTION and utilization of clinical staff provides significant benefit to our healthcare customers. It helps mitigate the risk inherent in the investment of new technologies, especially in rip and replace scenarios. It also enables our healthcare customers to accelerate the completion of other regulatory and IT deployment projects that are behind schedule or need focused resources to complete. Learn more about goPMO at www.goPMO.com.
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