Medical Messenger Partners With ComputerAssistant.com to Provide Key Elements of Meaningful Use Success
DELRAY BEACH, Fla., June 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Implementing an EHR system can be overwhelming for any doctor’s practice, and even harder for a doctor that wants to attain Meaningful Use(1), but doesn’t know where to start. As a part of our ongoing effort to assist doctors in their migration from paper to digital, Medical Messenger has partnered with ComputerAssistant.com to provide three key services to Medical Messenger customers:
- Perform an assessment to understand the system requirements and hardware needs in preparation for a Medical Messenger installation
- Provide technical support throughout the migration and on an ongoing basis
- Perform immediate and/or ongoing monitoring of the Meaningful Use calculations for attestation
ComputerAssistant.com has a nationwide staff that performs this kind of on-site support everyday. “We are excited to partner with Medical Messenger and provide support in the EHR initiative,” said Stewart Powell, COO of ComputerAssistant. “It is a major opportunity for private practices and we will be there to assist and support them through the transition and successful implementation.”
Doctors continue to seek assistance during this first year of EHR migration. Since Medical Messenger believes that success is not achieved until each provider attains Meaningful Use, we continue to seek and deliver the services providers will need to achieve success.
Founded in 2001, Computer Assistant is a privately held company providing on-site and remote technical support for businesses throughout the US and Canada. Computer Assistant has developed a proprietary system that provides access to more than 5000 technicians in metropolitan and remote areas, giving companies the ability to have IT on-call support for on-going maintenance and emergency needs. Offering complete IT and audio visual services, Computer Assistant’s technician network model focuses on a diagnostic situation review when matching technician’s expertise to a client request within the business location’s geography. The company’s clients, both large enterprise and small to medium businesses, find value in Computer Assistant’s services by augmenting their current IT department’s deliverables or, in the case of small businesses, by outsourcing their complete IT needs to the company. For additional information, please visit www.computerassistant.com
About Medical Messenger
As the visionary for Medical Messenger products and services, Dr. Mark Freeman has directed the path of the AstralJet EHR through 2006 certification to its current Internet-based EMR/PM services platform. Having recently finished developing the First 21st Century EHR System – AstralJet V4 was recently ONC-Certified in December 2010 and has all the features and functions for Meaningful Use attestation, without overwhelming the practice with technology. For more information about Medical Messenger and its AstralJet services please visit our website at www.emrmessenger.com
(1) This EHR Module is 2011/2012 compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ATCB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
SOURCE Medical Messenger