BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--gMed, a Modernizing Medicine company and developer of the award-winning gGastro electronic health record (EHR) system and gInsights performance measurement platform, is proud to announce that Baptist Memorial Health Care has selected gGastro as its primary Procedure Report Writer for the hospital’s 47 endoscopy units. Part of a renowned network of hospitals, physician groups, medical centers and clinics across the mid-south, Baptist’s selection of gMed for centers across Tennessee and Northern Mississippi is based heavily on the solution’s intuitive user interface, ability to meet the organization’s clinical needs for GI and respiratory procedure imaging and documentation, complete recall capabilities and comprehensive analytics tool.
The choice of gGastro comes at a time when Baptist’s legacy system, Olympus’ EndoWorks software platform, is being sunset, and Baptist was in search of a replacement system to best fit the needs of its physicians and clinical operations. After many discovery calls and an on-site vendor fair that allowed physicians, clinicians and operational and technical team members from all Baptist sites to vet a plethora of vendors, the team at Baptist selected gMed.
“It is extremely important for our team to work with a vendor that provides advanced analytics tools for clinical and operational leaders, and gInsights fit the bill. In addition, clear GI and respiratory procedure imaging and documentation, a user-friendly interface and data conversion represent only a handful of what gMed’s system provides,” said Susan Swain, manager of clinical informatics and applications, at Baptist Memorial Health Care. “We believe the technology will further empower our physicians and clinicians, and easily reporting to the national GI registry is a huge bonus.”
Regarded as one of the premier systems in the nation, Baptist Memorial Health Care is an award-winning network dedicated to providing compassionate, high-quality care for patients. With 17 affiliate hospitals throughout the Mid-South, Baptist combines convenience with excellence of care.
“As gMed is one of Olympus’ preferred vendors for EndoWorks replacements, we are thrilled that Baptist has selected gGastro as the solution to replace Endoworks in their endoscopy units,” said Matthew Schreiber, vice president of business development at Modernizing Medicine. “We take great pride in the work that has gone into our gastroenterology-specific system.”
gGastro has received Black Book Rankings’ award for Top Ambulatory EHR for gastroenterology for six consecutive years.
Modernizing Medicine and gMed will showcase the latest gGastro advancements at the GI Roundtable at table 27 during exhibit hours from March 17 – 18, 2017. In addition, Julie C. Servoss, MD, MPH, Medical Director of Gastroenterology at Modernizing Medicine, will speak at the event on Saturday, March 18 at 11:00 am. To learn more about gMed’s award-winning product offerings, please visit them online here.
gMed, a Modernizing Medicine company, provides the gastroenterology industry with a fully integrated platform consisting of an EHR system, Endoscopy Report Writer, practice management solution, patient portal, data analytics and revenue cycle management services. To find the right gGastro solution for your practice, visit www.gmed.com or call 888-577-8801.
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