Akiri

Akiri

Health Interoperability & Data Quality (HIDQ) Strategies with Akiri are driving innovation in health care markets around the globe. The Akiri suite of products allows providers to streamline patient information and manage health data across multiple devices. In an industry where access to digital medical records is rapidly increasing, Akiri’s leadership team recognizes that this new environment requires additional solutions. “The cloud provides the foundation for a powerful service offering that leverages all the tools and systems available to deliver secure, scalable, and robust services,” said Chris Van Steen, senior vice president of business product management at Akiri. “The combination of unparalleled experience, industry leadership, innovation, and scalability makes Akiri the ideal partner to deliver this critical technology to the healthcare community.” Miller is a seasoned executive with 30 years of development and leadership experience in the IT industry.

Healthcare Interoperability & Data Quality (HIDQ) Strategies with Akiri: The chief executive officer of Akiri, Jeff Miller, will lead a new unit called the Akiri Enterprise Solutions Division, which will drive the company’s HIDQ and EHR initiatives. The division will include six executive members and one full-time employee dedicated to developing new products and services in this space. This move comes as the American Council for Healthcare Research (ACCR) published a report on clinical documentation management that highlighted several challenges that face the clinical data management industry. The report also highlighted that many vendors are not leveraging their unique position to make their technologies more reliable, efficient, and affordable to healthcare data management teams. Furthermore, some vendors are not using their position to benefit the larger healthcare community.

Healthcare Interoperability & Data Quality (HIDQ) Strategies with Akiri: The chief operating officer of Akiri, Jeff Miller will lead a new unit called the Akiri Enterprise Solutions Division, which will drive the company’s HIDQ and EHR initiatives. The division will include six executive members and one full-time employee dedicated to developing new products and services in this space. It also will increase the number of Akiri partners that it works with on an annual basis. Akiri has relationships with many healthcare providers that supply clinical information to health information liquidation groups. The company has more than 200 partnered merchants worldwide. The chief operating officer will lead a new initiative to improve collaboration among vendors and healthcare information liquidation groups by reducing vendor lock-ins, consolidating and streamlining process improvements, sharing data faster, and expanding the data quality initiative across all of Akiri’s divisions and facilities.

Healthcare Interoperability & Data Quality (HIDQ) Strategies with Akiri: The chief operating officer of Akiri, Jeff Miller, will lead a new initiative to improve collaboration among vendors and health information liquidation groups by reducing vendor lock-ins, consolidating and streamlining process improvements, sharing data faster and expanding the data quality initiative across all of Akiri’s divisions and facilities. This effort will deliver on the promise of a “transformed healthcare” through the deployment of more accurate, up-to-date clinical data. The initiative will also focus on the integration of clinical information systems across the enterprise, accelerating the flow of information between various components. Akiri is working on its second annual healthcare interoperability and data quality assessment metrics report.

Health2047: The managing director of Akiri International, John Grace, is focused on the transformation of healthcare at the frontiers of managing care. He will use the latest in digital technologies to reduce the burden of management and improve quality through the adoption of new technologies. One such technology is called “Action Alert,” which helps hospitals manage their urgent care and laboratory visitors by emailing timely critical information to a single point of contact at the hospital. Another upcoming technology is called “WaaSaaS,” which is a cloud-based software model that provides an easy way for Akiri and other enterprise service companies to deliver digital services directly to the customer.

To develop a trusted network, Akiri is also investing in the creation of a Physicians Information Network (PIN). This is part of a new initiative to help physicians to exchange patient health records electronically and eliminate the need for duplication of data across multiple locations. The initiative called Digital Documentation for Clinical Data Sharing, or DDC, aims to make electronic health records more accessible and easy to share across networks. The primary goal of the initiative is to improve transparency in the healthcare industry. Akiri’s managing director, John Grace, is looking forward to sharing the results of the company’s investments with healthcare professionals nationwide.