Veterans Health And Allen Memorial Hospital in Utah Connecting- Pilot Program With UHIN Via Axolotl, an Ingenix Subsidiary
Posted Dec 03 2010 12:33am
This will allow records from the VA and rural healthcare providers to share and coordinate medical records. This scores some additional revenue for United Healthcare as the company is owned by Ingenix, which is a subsidiary of United.
Axolotl also has a suite of software offerings to include electronic medical records that was operational before their acquisition. Clinics will be able to connect to the VA for the exchange of information. BD
SAN JOSE, Calif. & MURRAY, Utah--( EON: Enhanced Online News )--The Utah Health Information Network (UHIN) today announced a new pilot program to connect rural health care providers in the Moab, Utah region with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to improve access and coordination of patient care for veterans and service members living in rural areas.
“Allen Memorial Hospital is pleased to be a part of the VA information exchange initiative”
As the state designated Health Information Exchange (HIE), UHIN has partnered with Axolotl Corp., a provider of HIE services and solutions, to enable the clinical Health Information Exchange (cHIE) connection to the VA, using the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) protocols.
Axolotl is part of Ingenix, a leading health information technology and services company. Based in San Jose, Axolotl is known for introducing Clinical Messaging®, now at the heart of all advanced health information exchange. For more information visit www.axolotl.com