EDEN PRAIRIE, MN -- (Marketwire) -- 02/22/13 -- MDI Achieve, provider of MatrixCare, the market-leading, certified Electronic Health Record solution for the long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) continuum, today announced MatrixCare Connections, a unique program that provides long-term care providers with increased flexibility and prepares them for participation in Accountable Care Organizations. The MatrixCare Connections program will formally certify the interoperability between MatrixCare and third-party systems and service organizations that are critical to providers, ensuring the integrity of information flows that often include Protected Health Information. MatrixCare Connections provides an open, cloud-based platform that supports integration between MatrixCare and third-party applications, devices, and systems, allowing providers to aggregate data from across the LTPAC continuum into the MatrixCare EHR.
MDI Achieve President John Damgaard commented, "MatrixCare Connections is another example of MDI Achieve's thought leadership and commitment to interoperability between the industry-leading MatrixCare EHR platform and other key systems used by providers. MatrixCare interoperability is an essential tool for providers to gain operational efficiencies and broaden their participation with ACOs, HIEs, and other participants in the continuum of care."
By creating this program, MDI Achieve is fostering an open platform and creating a partner ecosystem for the benefit of LTPAC providers seeking to securely integrate with current partners, or evaluating new partners to further their business goals. MatrixCare Connections will speed up integration requests, standardize processes and help clients be more competitive as the healthcare system becomes more interconnected. Third-party software vendors are currently being scheduled for interoperability certification beginning in the spring of 2013. Interested organizations should visit www.matrixcare.com for more information.
About MDI Achieve
MDI Achieve solutions have powered the long-term care continuum for over 30 years. MatrixCare is the leading, certified, cloud-based EHR solution designed to help long-term care and senior living communities deliver superior care, resulting in better outcomes for their residents. The MatrixCare solution includes product suites to help providers maximize reimbursements, reduce readmissions, maintain high occupancy, facilitate interoperability within ACOs and across the continuum of care, and support executive decision making. MDI Achieve delivers superior service to its clients resulting in better business outcomes for their organizations. Visit www.matrixcare.com for more information.
About MatrixCare Certification
MatrixCare, Version 6.6, was certified as an EHR Module on December 12, 2012, certification number CC-1112-100063-1. This EHR Module is ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 compliant and has been tested and certified by, the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®), an ONC-ATCB, in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
MatrixCare Version 6.6, meets the following certification criteria: 170.302(a), 170.302(b), 170.302(c), 170.302(d), 170.302(j), 170.302(o), 170.302(p), 170.302(q), 170.302(r), 170.302(s), 170.302(t), 170.302(u), 170.302(v), 170.306(a), 170.306(e), and 170.306(h).
MatrixCare and MDI Achieve are trademarks of MDI Achieve, Inc.
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