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November 28, 2010
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There's No Meaningful Use Without Meaningful Data

Is the data in your electronic health records complete? Can it be shared by the people who need it? Find out how the 3M Healthcare Data Dictionary can help translate and integrate your patient data into a standard language, regardless of where it originates.

3M Health Information Systems

(800) 367-2447

Moving Money at Net Speed

IPayX Online Billing and Payment is the Best Way to:

  • Accelerate Cash Flow

  • Reduce Invoicing Costs

  • Contain Customer Service Expenses

  • Improve Customer Satisfaction

Ask about line item support for Combined Billing Statements!

Contact or call us.

Internet Payment Exchange, Inc.

(800) 530-7004


  • Medical Devices, EMR/EHRs HL7-DICOM Interfaces

  • Bi-directional HL7 ADT/Order/Result/Billing Interfaces

  • Interface with: McKesson, Meditech, Epic, Cerner, GE Centricity, AllScripts

  • Can include Base 64 Hex Format inside HL7 Messages

  • Build Table Data, User Delimited, or Transcription Interface Easily

  • Converts DICOM, XML, Report Files to HL7 and vice versa

  • Absolutely No Software Programming Skills Needed

LINK Medical Computing, Inc.

(888) 893-0900

Elysium Express-HIE as Easy as 1-2-3

Elysium Express makes your first step to HIE as easy as 1-2-3. Hospitals now have a connectivity solution that fits today's limited budgets and demanding timelines, while helping to achieve Meaningful Use. Elysium Express instantly delivers clinical data to all of your ambulatory physicians and provides physician-to-physician connectivity.

Axolotl Corp.

(888) 296-5685, ext. 2

Universal Imaging Utility (UIU)

The UIU is the only application able to help Healthcare IT create ONE hardware-independent Windows image that can be easily deployed to any laptop or desktop, regardless of manufacturer. ONE hard drive image for every COW, admin, tech, and doctor. Now with support for Windows 7 64-bit.

Big Bang LLC

(414) 369-5027

Healthcare Informatics 2010 December;27(12):78