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Recent reports from the GAO indicate the US government is falling behind the technology gap, effecting everything from nuclear weaponry preparedness to an increase in medical errors that have pushed them to become the third leading cause of US deaths. We have IT solutions to solve problems such as healthcare IT interoperability, but for a variety of reasons, ranging from economic to political, nothing is done. Hardly a day goes by without some new revelation of an information technology mess in the United States that seems like an endless round of the old radio show joke contest, "Can You Top This" except that increasingly the joke is on us. From nuclear weapons updated with floppy disks to needless deaths from medical errors, many of which are caused by preventable interoperability communication errors. According to a report released to Congress, the Government Acc... (more)

Zoeticx Collaborative "Intelligent" Hub Server Unifies All Electronic Medical Records for Better Patient Outcomes

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- Zoeticx, Inc., the developer of medical software that bridges the gap between medical data and quality patient care, today introduced a software architecture that provides ambulatory and non-ambulatory care facilities with a single platform for universal EMR connectivity. The platform is designed as the antidote to the lack of interoperability between proprietary (EMR) software deployed at most medical facilities. Zoeticx's Healthcare Oriented Architecture (HOA) is middleware software that enables medical institutions to seamlessly connect multiple EMRs, resulting in a convenient, consistent and universal view of patient records, regardless of where they reside. Zoeticx's 'push' communication system is capable of sending notifications and alerts to specific care providers. The medical information uses built in escalation... (more)