Health Data Management on Feb. 28 highlighted five new products that vendors are demonstrating at HIMSS13 in New Orleans, and here are a few more:
* Diversinet Corp., which sells a platform for developing and managing enterprise mobile health apps, has an new version with several new features: Secure messaging software with image attachment; exporting of biometric, patient-reported and medical device-generated data in common formats; and a streamlined wizard for non-technical staff to design and test mobile patient questionnaires.
* Personal health records vendor NoMoreClipboard will demonstrate the enhanced Blue Button+ capability to enable patients to receive their medical information from provider clinical systems. Blue Button+ presents data in a friendlier PDF format than the original Blue Button text file and supports Direct Project secure messaging protocols. The demo is part of the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase.
* Humetrix will demonstrate iBlue Button capability for the Intel Atom Android smartphones, in the Intel booth. Humetrix won a government-sponsored contest to make Blue Button available via mobile devices.
* Awarepoint Corp. now remotely offers its real-time location system for tracking assets, patients and staff via the Software-as-a-Service model. Amazon Web Service operates the new system.
* Agfa Healthcare has added clinical and patient Web portals, from Orion Health, to its Imaging Clinical Information System, giving a single view of all of a patient’s imaging information.
* Truven Health Analytics, formerly the health business of Thomson Reuters, has introduced Unify, a population health management system it touts as interoperable with all major clinical information systems and health information exchanges. The product uses technology from HIE platform vendor CareEvolution.
* NextGen Healthcare Information Systems also has a new population health management system, called NextGen PH. It integrates with the vendor’s electronic health records systems and patient portal, and supports patient reminders via email, text or interactive voice response; and tracking of care plan compliance and revenue associated with hands-on patient communication.
* Philips Healthcare has launched Orb, a dashboard in its IntelliSpace eCareManager software that enables viewing of important data on patients in the intensive care unit.
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