Marshfield, Wis. – September 26
Health information technology improves the quality of healthcare delivery, increases patient safety, decreases medical errors, and facilitates the interaction between patients and their healthcare providers.
To acknowledge the important role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in America, MCIS and others across the U.S. have joined together to celebrate National Health Information Technology (NHIT) Week during September 26-30, 2016.
“Our participation in National Health IT Week highlights our organization’s commitment to developing and implementing health information technology that enables providers to deliver optimal care and provide a positive experience for their patients.” said Denise Webb, MCIS CEO and CIO for Marshfield Clinic Health System.
“By working together with the providers at Marshfield Clinic Health System, we can deliver best-in-class technology tools to promote better health and healthcare.”
About MCIS, Inc.
MCIS, Inc. was established from within the Marshfield Clinic Health System, and has been continuously developing an EHR for providers for over 30 years.
The company understands the challenges that practices face, and empowers physicians to do what they were designed to do, which is practice medicine, with expert clinical decision support when they need it.
Visit marshfieldclinic.org/mcis to learn more about MCIS >
About National Health Information Technology Week
Now in its eighth year, National Health IT Week is a collaborative forum assembling key healthcare constituents—vendors, provider organizations, payers, pharmaceutical/biotech companies, government agencies, industry/professional associations, research foundations, and consumer protection groups— working together to elevate national attention to the necessity of advancing health IT.
Visit healthitweek.org for more information >