HIMSS21 • Las Vegas, NV August 9-13, 2021 Booth 3421

Are you tired of searching for information in your EHR?

Do inefficient workflows diminish your clinicians' productivity and make it difficult to find diagnostically-relevant details within a patient chart?

Medicomp's Clinical AI solutions can help:

  • Deliver actionable information at the point of care
  • Streamline workflows and increase productivity
  • Improve real-time quality compliance
  • Integrate care plans for physicians & nurses
  • Power existing EHRs with a clinical relevancy engine

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Presented by:
David Lareau, CEO of Medicomp Systems

HIMSS is abuzz with excitement this year over clinical AI and NLP technologies. Reserve a spot to join colleagues at BOOTH #3421 to see a sneak peak of upcoming technology from Holy Name Medical Center, emtelligent and Medicomp Systems. Refreshments and hors d'oeurves provided by Medicomp Systems.

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Quippe Clinical Lens

Today’s healthcare problem isn’t a lack of data; it’s a lack of usable data. Quippe® Clinical Lens uses MEDCIN's intelligence links to identify and interpret disorganized, complex arrays of medical data and transforms that data into actionable information and clinical insights – all withinthe physician’s workflow.

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