Acesis, a provider of enterprise medical review software, has launched its clinical review product suite, which is expected to leverage the Adobe Flash platform and Adobe LiveCycle enterprise suite, for a new combination of enterprise class infrastructure capabilities, cross-platform reach and easy-to-use interfaces.
According to Acesis, the software is expected to improve patient care by automating the medical peer review process while ensuring the security and confidentiality requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
Kevin Chesney, CEO of Acesis, said: Acesis lets hospitals automate the medical peer review process. Hospitals will now have an accurate measure of physician performance relative to national and local standards. By streamlining and raising the accuracy of medical review, the Acesis software will enable physicians to reduce medical errors, ultimately saving lives.
Michele Turner, vice president of product management and product marketing of the platform business unit at Adobe, said: Acesis medical review software puts the power of Adobe technology to work to create mission-critical applications for enterprise level hospital systems. Adobe AIR, the open source Flex framework and LiveCycle enterprise suite enables Acesis to create rich internet applications that can be deployed on any doctor’s desktop, and run securely across a variety of operating systems.