iPatientCare, Inc. is a privately held medical informatics company based at Woodbridge, New Jersey and has been on the forefront of innovations happening in the ambulatory healthcare IT space. The company is known for its pioneering contribution to mHealth and Cloud based unified product suite that includes Electronic Health/Medical Record and integrated Practice Management/Billing System, Patient Portal/PHR, Health Information Exchange (HIE), and mobile point-of-care solutions.
iPatientCare stands tall in this space because of its prestigious clientele that includes NASA Space Medicine; U.S. Army, Department of Defense; numerous hospitals and health systems; professional academies of physicians; numerous Regional Extension Centers; and more than 25,000 physicians and their colleagues using iPatientCare for more than a decade.
"iPatientCare has emerged as one of the visionaries of the U.S. healthcare IT products and solutions market place. General Alexander Haig identified Mobile MedData for Combat Casualty Care, the U.S. Army's First Responder, as one of the most innovative products in World Health Business Review. iPatientCare has been selected to be a part of NASA EMSD project to play a key role as an Electronic Health Record Data Archival System, providing storage and review of crew members' health data on future space missions. At the core of iPatientCare's outstanding success is its software engineering excellence and high quality of services/support," says Udayan Mandavia, President/CEO, iPatientCare, Inc. who has a Master's in aerospace engineer from Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay and also another Master's from the School of Business, Eastern Michigan University.
He further adds, "Few other facts that matter the most to physicians, namely, (a) availability of cloud-based EHR and practice solution on iPads and iPhones, (b) no upfront fees and restrictive, fixed length contracts, (c) affordable monthly subscription fee on a pay-per-use model, and (d) excellent implementation, training, and ongoing support, on almost 24x6 basis."
The R&D team at iPatientCare clearly understands that the medical community is always evolving, which is why iPatientCare continually enhances its product suite to meet these demands and keep the practices in compliance with the new standards, such as, Meaningful Use Stages pushed by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Because of their technical expertise and industry foresight, iPatientCare has catapulted into the major league in the industry.
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