FRANKLIN, Tenn., Oct. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDHOST, Inc., a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental,
The Cibola General Hospital implementation with MEDHOST and OBIX took less than the anticipated time needed to achieve such a complex integration. This implementation entailed a full OBIX and MEDHOST upgrade in conjunction with integration testing, marking it as truly a team effort among all three organizations.
"EHR interoperability remains at the forefront of the health IT industry, so we are excited to collaborate with MEDHOST to provide our customers with an integrated perinatal system that supports their commitment to patient safety while enhancing clinical workflow," said Kim Sell, CEO at CCSI. "Hospitals are looking for automatic, seamless communication that increases accuracy and speed—while decreasing time and spending. We're proud to assist with the delivery of high-quality patient care by making the right data available at the right time and to the right people."
Cibola General Hospital was established in 1959 in Grants, New Mexico. Today, it is a 25-bed critical access hospital housed in a 50,000-square foot facility offering compassionate care with leading-edge technology. They provide full Obstetrics (OB) services to their community and deliver approximately 250 babies annually.
"Cibola has been a full-charting OBIX customer for several years, and is delighted with the results from the integration between MEDHOST and OBIX," said Thomas Whelan, CEO at Cibola General Hospital. "This integration provides enhanced workflow and patient safety features to all of our providers, helping us keep our high standards of care."
"With this successful integration, MEDHOST provides its customers with an innovative solution for perinatal care monitoring that streamlines clinical workflows," said Bill Anderson, CEO and Chairman at MEDHOST. "We are excited to work with CCSI and our mutual customers to continuously advance interoperability and assist providers in delivering high-quality care throughout the hospital."
About Clinical Computer Systems, Inc.
CCSI is an employee-owned, high-tech company located in Elgin, Illinois. CCSI is a perinatal category leader with an innovative, customer-driven computer-based perinatal system and support services. The company is dedicated to the development of the OBIX Perinatal Data System, incorporating changes in technology, regulations, and standards specific to labor and delivery. For more information, go to www.obix.com or call 1-888-871-0963.
About Cibola General Hospital
Established in 1959, Cibola General Hospital provides Cibola County, New Mexico, with exceptional healthcare services that promote community wellness and improve quality of life. The hospital has been successful on both counts, offering patients and their families throughout northwestern New Mexico the finest possible combination of compassionate care and leading-edge technology. The 25-bed critical access hospital is led by a dedicated healing team well-versed in the latest and best medical procedures. Cibola General Hospital is committed to the good health of every patient, regardless of age or financial considerations.
MEDHOST® is a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental, and healthcare engagement solutions to more than 1,000 healthcare facilities. Our integrated product portfolio includes intuitive, cloud-based solutions, including YourCareEverywhere™, a robust health and wellness consumer engagement platform. Our broad offering of hosting, outsourcing, marketing, and consulting services are changing how clinicians and hospital leaders work and collaborate, while generating notable operational improvements. MEDHOST delivers value by enabling hospitals of all types and sizes to better manage the business of healthcare across the care continuum while meeting evolving regulatory requirements.
Samra KhanEnterprise Brand Manager at [email protected]
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