MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VigiLanz, a digital healthcare intelligence firm, today announced that it is featured in this week’s episode of the healthcare podcast, Healthcare Tech Talk.
Company executives discussed VigiLanz’ vision for the real-time healthcare delivery organization and how the VigiLanz Intelligence software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform helps enable hospital providers to improve and optimize patient care. VigiLanz also previewed plans to demonstrate its SaaS platform at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual IT Conference and Exhibit at its booth #12306 in Las Vegas between February 29th and March 3rd.
Healthcare Tech Talk (http://healthcaretechtalk.net/) is a widely followed weekly podcast program available on iTunes and other Internet distribution channels. The podcast discusses issues related to technology used in the delivery of healthcare, including healthcare information technology and clinical\biomedical engineering technology. This week’s program featuring VigiLanz is available at this link and runs approximately 25 minutes in length.
VigiLanz Corporation (www.vigilanzcorp.com) is a privately held, rapidly growing digital health care firm. The company is a leading provider of SaaS health care intelligence and predictive analytics, and is focused on aggregating disparate health system EMR transactional workflow and documentation data to identify real-time clinical issues and avoid or minimize harm, optimize clinical outcomes and support preventive care along the entire health system continuum. The company was founded by David Goldsteen, M.D. and David Klass, M.D. in 2001. VigiLanz supports a large and growing community of hospital CMOs, CMIOs, CIOs, quality teams, infectious disease and control specialists, pharmacists, and other clinicians dedicated to real-time inpatient and outpatient care. VigiLanz is shaping the 21st century vision for real-time health care by delivering the right data, to the right people, at the right time and improving patient care and operational effectiveness.