Kaysville, Utah, April 21, 2014 – Qvera is excited to announce a partnership and reseller agreement with MedAllies to provide Direct HISP services. By combining the Qvera Interface Engine with the MedAllies HISP platform, we are able to provide a completely automated transitions-of-care solution for GE Centricity EMR and CPS customers who are pursuing Meaningful Use attestation.
“We selected MedAllies as our HISP partner because they are simply the best at what they do. Not only were they a pioneer in the Direct Project which launched in 2010, they are also the leading vendor in provider adoption of Direct HISP services,” says Sam Shapiro, CEO of Qvera.
“Qvera just gets it,” said John Blair, MD CEO of MedAllies. “For providers in the real world it’s always about the clinical workflow. If you get the workflow right, providers will adopt. MedAllies is excited to partner with Qvera to make our leading Direct HISP network available to this group of providers with one of the most efficient and elegant transitions-of-care workflow implementations we have seen.”
MedAllies, founded in 2001, operates a leading national Direct network. It has extensive experience with EHR implementations and workflow redesign to improve clinical care. It provides unmatched expertise in interoperability, health information exchange and Direct services.
As one of the ONC Direct Reference Implementation vendors, MedAllies has provided Direct services since the Direct Project’s inception. MedAllies Direct Solutions builds on existing technology to achieve interoperability. It focuses on provider adoption and use of EHRs for clinical workflow integration beyond the walls of their organizations over the MedAllies Direct Network. MedAllies Direct Solutions is a tool to advance primary care models that emphasize care coordination and improved care transitions, and support patient-centered care.