Wolters Kluwer, Health has announced a collaboration with Ecaresoft that will combine the leading drug screening solution Medi-Span® Clinical with Cirrus electronic health record (EHR) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions to offer a fully integrated NPHIES compliant solution to healthcare providers.
The move will enable both companies to deliver on a shared global mission to ensure that everyone has access to the best care possible by offering best-in-class technologies to healthcare providers in the region.
Medi-Span Clinical is used by hospitals and healthcare systems in 30 countries to screen patient data against drug information within the EHR, alerting clinicians of patient safety risks from allergies, drug interactions, and potentially inappropriate dosing.
Ecaresoft software helps hospitals, clinics and payers drive down costs and operate in more efficient ways by improving communication and making data available to decision-makers.
“Working with Ecaresoft reflects our commitment to measurably improving clinical effectiveness by helping healthcare providers across the region deliver optimal care to their patients,” said Christian Cella, vice president of Medi-Span Clinical, Wolters Kluwer, Health.
Alaa Darwish, Country Manager Middle East, Turkey and Africa, Clinical Effectiveness, Wolters Kluwer, Health added, “With both organisations joining forces to help providers deliver best in class care to patients, we are rising to the challenge of improving care quality and clinical outcomes to populations across the region.”
“We are delighted to be working with Wolters Kluwer to provide a cohesive platform that will provide our customers with a greater degree of clinical decision support to enhance patient care and safety,” said Adrian Pina Co-CEO, Ecaresoft.