New Jersey-Based IT Firm Partners With International Health and Wellness Organization
WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J., April 22 PriorityOne (http://www.priority1consulting.com), a complete information technology (IT) services firm based in New Jersey, announced a new partnership with MALO CONSULTING NJ, LLC, to provide a full array of IT services for MALO's first U.S. clinic
Under its agreement, PriorityOne also will advise on special projects involving MALO affiliates overseas.
MALO CONSULTING is the North American subsidiary of MALO CLINIC Health & Wellness, headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal. Founded in 1995 by Dr. Paulo Malo, MALO CLINIC initially specialized in dental implantology and fixed oral rehabilitation but has evolved over the years into a total health and wellness organization, providing a full spectrum of medical services.
MALO's new 72,000-square-foot clinic in Rutherford, N.J., provides advanced oral rehabilitation, medical offices, radiology services, and an ambulatory surgery center with four operating rooms. A medical spa that will offer health and wellness services, as well as spa treatments, is under construction at the site, said Joseph M. Testani, chief administrative officer of MALO CONSULTING.
"We are excited to have this opportunity to work with such an innovative health and wellness organization," said Nelson Gomes, president of PriorityOne. "Our goal, as with all of our clients, is to serve as MALO's IT partner, handling everything from routine maintenance and upgrades to proactive monitoring and long-term strategic planning."
"PriorityOne's experience and expertise in the healthcare sector will make them a valuable partner, both for their day-to-day technical support here in New Jersey and in helping us roll out integrated healthcare solutions to our European, Asian and African markets," Testani said.
PriorityOne will work closely with MALO to integrate Amkai Enterprise -- an administrative software and electronic medical records (EMR) system purchased for the New Jersey location -- at MALO's medical spa in Macau, China, Testani said.
When that project is completed, individuals' records could be securely shared between the two locations. A visitor to the Macau spa, for example, could have his or her records reviewed by a doctor in the United States.
Eventually, the EMR system will be extended to all of MALO's clinics and spas worldwide.
PriorityOne, established in 1997, implements and manages IT systems for clients ranging from the smallest startup enterprises to international and Fortune 500 companies.
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