gMed, the industry’s leading gastroenterology specific EHR provider, has selected Secure Exchange Solutions as its healthcare data exchange partner. Secure Exchange Solutions, a Maryland based company, provides a secure and scalable connection between healthcare networks and communities, to provide a direct exchange of health care information in compliance with Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements. Through this partnership,
Rockville, MD, June 24, 2013 — ONCOCHART, the leading Electronic Medical Record (EMR) tailored to radiation oncology, has selected Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) as its Health Information Services Provider (HISP) to deliver secure messaging capabilities.
Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) is providing secure messaging services to ONCOCHART through its SES Connect product line, enabling seamless access for ONCOCHART customers.
To support innovation and progress in health care, I have made the construction of a health IT infrastructure one of our state’s top strategic priorities. My administration has promoted Electronic Health Record (EHR) adoption and supported the construction of a Maryland HIE (health information exchange). Connecting these systems to a common platform is the key to significant progress.
The Utah Health Information Network (UHIN) has partnered with Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) of Rockville, Maryland to bring secure, user-friendly clinical record exchange to Utah medical offices.
Rockville, MD— Wayne Memorial Hospital, a non-profit community hospital based in Honesdale, Pennsylvania, has selected Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) a Pennsylvania-certified Health Information Service Provider (HISP) to implement Direct communications.
Wayne Memorial is leveraging the Direct grant, a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania eHealth Collaborative (PAeHC) program enabling providers to receive free Direct communications for one year,
Rockville, MD, July 18, 2012 — Secure Exchange Solutions and the Health Information Technology Division of the VI Department of Health launched this week a webinar series on Direct communications for healthcare providers.
The series educates providers on Direct, a national standard for the secure exchange of healthcare information that enables streamlined communications between all healthcare providers,
The Health Information Technology Division under VI Department of Health and responsible for implementing the Territory’s Health Information Exchange (HIE) Project will host a series of webinars on secure data exchange for health care providers.
EMRlogic Systems and Secure Exchange Solutions today announced their shared vision to drive implementation of the DIRECT communications standard among independent eye care providers across the nation.
Reflect for a moment on the last time your doctor referred you to a specialist. When you arrived, did the specialist say, “Sorry, I did not get your paperwork, can you tell me why you are you here?” Wouldn’t it be great if your specialist already had the health information she needed before you arrived,