Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine Specialists and NYU Medical Center Physicians Adapting to iPatientCare EHR integrated with NYUMC Health Information Exchange.
New York, New York – May 14, 2013- A pioneer and specialist in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal software, iPatientCare, Inc. has announced that Travel Medicine in NYC has chosen iPatientCare EHR in their pursuit to offering comprehensive international travel health services.
“iPatientCare EHR and Practice Management System is being adapted by all leading specialties and sub specialties. With the inclusion of Travel Medicine in NYC, iPatientCare has added very prestigious customer to its already existing list of physicians belonging to Infectious Disease specialty. Further, this also adds to the existing huge user base in the New York City and the State including attending physicians at NYU Medical Center.” said Sunil Bagtani, General Manager, Marketing/Sales.
“We were looking for an extremely easy-to-use, intuitive, and customizable EHR, not only cost-effective but also linked up with NYU Medical Center Health Information Exchange to implement our practice’s workflow appropriately. We chose iPatientCare Electronic Health Records (EHR) solution after carefully evaluating a few competing choices available to us.” said Douglas Zeiger, MD, a Board certified specialist in infectious diseases and internal medicine as well as a faculty member at the New York University School of Medicine and an attending physician at NYU Medical Center.
“The system provides one of the greatest functions that I never had with other EHRs, is the ability from iPatientCare to see what prescriptions patients have received from other physicians. Also, linking my office EHR with NYU HIE was more of a great challenge met by iPatientcare successfully. According to NYU Medical Center IT managers, iPatientCare was very responsive and an excellent partner on this project.” said Rahmin Rabenou, MD, a New York based Nephrologists and attending physician at NYU Medical Center who has been an iPatientCare user for quite some time.