Major healthcare providers in the US, Canada and UK have selected Initiate Identity Hub software and services to facilitate increased accuracy of patient identification and enhanced patient safety, data exchange and interoperability.
Created by Initiate Systems, Initiate Identity Hub software is to be used by BMI Healthcare, The Cleveland Clinic, Department of Veterans Affairs, Gwinnett Health System and the Province of Alberta.
Initiate claims its Identity Hub software is the most accurate, scalable and rapidly implemented EMPI solution available for healthcare providers, IDNs (integrated delivery networks) and RHIOs (regional health information organizations) that want to improve patient identification and customer satisfaction, protect data privacy and security, enable interoperability and provide a critical foundation for electronic health record (EHR) implementations.
Initiate says its software enable strategic initiatives that allow healthcare organizations to improve patient safety and care, provide new services and ensure regulatory compliance.
Customers are relying on Initiate more and more to help them solve their patient identification and interoperability challenges because we provide the most accurate, scalable and easy to deploy options available, said Bill Conroy, Initiate’s president and CEO.