AUSTIN, TX - MI7, the Austin-based medical intelligence services company, announced today that Jacob Reider, MD, former Deputy National Coordinator for the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) at the Department of Health and Human Services, has joined the company as an advisor.
Dr. Reider is a health IT veteran with over 25 years of experience. He was previously Associate Dean of Biomedical Informatics at the Albany Medical College, CMIO for Allscripts, Chief Medical Officer and Deputy National Coordinator for ONC, and has an extensive entrepreneurial background, having founded several health IT companies. Reider remarked that "I'm thrilled to work with the MI7 team. These folks have taken a painful process that used to take weeks - and turned it into a painless event that takes hours. Integration with EHRs is finally reaching 'plug-and-play' simplicity for application developers."
"Jacob is an amazing resource to perfectly compliment our executive team given his vast knowledge of both the regulatory and clinical sides of the our work to improve health through the thoughtful use of technology." said Zac Jiwa, CEO of MI7. He added "He will help guide MI7's efforts to become the industry-standard integration method that application companies use with EHRs."
"Q" has integrated with the industry's top EHR systems and integration engines, which allows it to be a turnkey solution for application developers. Companies that use "Q" can quickly turn up hospitals, doctors offices, and clinics around the country. More information about "Q" can be found at http://mi7.io/Q.
We connect digital health apps to patient data. MI7's universal API, called "Q" - provides a direct connection to patient information in clinical data systems. "Q" is unique in its simplicity of implementation, affordability, and technology model that magically converts HL7 to JSON, freeing app developers from the need of a data integration engine or highly-trained and expensive HL7 staff. Simply put, MI7 makes it easy to build and deploy health care apps. "Q" - the health data liberation tool of choice for the top digital health apps in the market. Learn more at mi7.io/Q.