Austin, TX – eMDs, the provider of the nation’s most highly rated Electronic Health Record (EHR), congratulates Princeton Healthcare Affiliated Physicians (PHAP) for assisting 21 physicians in their practice to achieve Meaningful Use (MU), the standard required to receive federal funds for the conversion to electronic health records.
Feedback from eMDs Community Members in Attendance Austin, TX – On June 19th, the White House and the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology (HIT) held an invitation-only Town Hall meeting in the Executive Office Building of the White House Complex to discuss the status of HIT. White House members in attendance included Cecilia Munoz, the director of the White House Domestic Policy Council and Liz Fowler, special assistant to the president for healthcare and economic policy.
AUSTIN, TX – eMDs, a leading provider of electronic health records (EHRs), is pleased to announce the recent hire of Robyn Leone as Director of Public Policy & Government Initiatives. Prior to joining the eMDs team in February of 2012, Ms. Leone was the Director of the Colorado Regional Extension Center (CO-REC), one of 62 ARRA-funded extension centers dedicated to assisting primary care and safety net providers with EHR implementation and adoption while achieving Meaningful Use objectives.
AUSTIN, TX – eMDs, a leading provider of electronic health records (EHRs), is proud to announce another year of increased revenue and continued employee growth. Over the past year, eMDs increased revenues by over 20% and their employee count by 10%. Since 2007, the company has experienced an average increase in annual revenue of more than 20%. eMDs was profitable in 2011 and maintained substantial cash reserves despite investing nearly 40% of its annual revenue into research and development, a trend that has been in place for the past seven years.
eMDs CEO Recognized by EHRA at HIMSS 2012
The Electronic Health Record Association gave two Certificate of Excellence awards to eMDs’ president and CEO, Dr. Michael Stearns, at the recent Health Information Management Systems Society 2012 Annual Meeting. The awards were for leadership and assistance provided for initiatives related to Patient Safety and Meaningful Use.
Austin, TX – eMDs, the provider of the nation’s most highly rated Electronic Health Record (EHR), congratulates Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) for assisting 80 physicians in their community with achieving Meaningful Use, the standard required to receive federal funds for the conversion to electronic health records. SVMHS selected eMDs as their EHR provider after a rigorous selection process in 2009. The strong partnership that developed between SVMHS and eMDs has led to the successful implementation of more than 100 providers in 42 facilities in Salinas, California and the surrounding communities.
AUSTIN, TX — eMDs, a physician-lead nationwide provider of electronic health records (EHRs), announced that their client, Dr. Jen Brull, of Plainville, KS, has become the first physician in Kansas and one of the first in the nation to be federally certified for Meaningful Use of electronic health records and has received a full incentive payment.
eMDs, Lightbeam Health and Princeton HealthCare System Partner to Enhance Population Health
AUSTIN, TX— e‐MDs, an industry leader in the development and implementation of electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) solutions, announced they have been selected as a recommended EHR vendor by the Ohio Health Information Partnership (OHIP). OHIP is a non-profit entity supported by state and federal grants and serves as a Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (HITREC) in Ohio.
AUSTIN, TX – eMDs, a leading provider of electronic health records (EHRs), announced they have been selected as an EHR vendor partner by HITArkansas, the state’s federally designated Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (HITREC). HITArkansas works to promote the adoption and use of health IT by offering guidance, technical assistance and financial incentives to health care providers who want to make the transition to EHRs.