MEDHOST is one of the largest IT solution providers serving for-profit, multi-facility hospital systems in the country. Hospital systems who partner with MEDHOST have access to a wide-range of services, from scalable enterprise, departmental, and stand-alone solutions, to services designed for increased patient engagement.

 

How We Serve Multi-Facility Hospitals

Advanced Clinical Solutions:

MEDHOST’s advanced clinical solutions include: MEDHOST Perioperative Information Management System (PIMS), Emergency Department Information SystemLaboratory, Radiology, and Pharmacy Information Systems, MEDHOST’S Physician Experience, Documentation Management, Patient Care Documentation, Mobile Medication Administration (MMA), and eMAR.

Financial Solutions:

MEDHOST’s suite of financial applications helps you streamline accounting processes, manage resources more effectively, improve cash flow, and enhance revenue. Solutions include: Revenue Cycle Solutions, Patient Access Solutions, Enterprise Financials, and Revenue Cycle Services.

Hosted and Managed Services:

MEDHOST Hosted and Managed Services team manages the complexities of your health information technology environment with the following three solutions: Managed IT, MEDHOST Direct, and Integration Services.

Patient and Engagement Services:

MEDHOST brings together critical components of healthcare to not only empower patients, but also drive health and wellness in your community through tools that provide secure access to personal health information, enable convenient appointment scheduling between patients and providers, connect patients and providers outside of the office care setting, and engage consumers with customized health and wellness content.

Stand-alone Solutions

Emergency Department Information System (EDIS):

MEDHOST EDIS is a robust EHR for the emergency department. MEDHOST EDIS offers patient tracking, CPOE, nurse charting, physician documentation, an administration utility called Toolkit and robust reports. MEDHOST EDIS integrates with hospital information systems and EHRs, HIEs, data repositories accessed by ambulatory departments and clinics, primary care provider systems and more. Learn more here.