Maryland MSO selects EHR vendors to support state regional extension center effort

June 17, 2010

Silver Spring, Maryland – June 16, 2010 – Zane Networks (ZaneNet), Maryland’s first candidate management service organization (MSO), has selected electronic health record, personal health record and practice management vendors to help primary care physicians in the state qualify for healthcare IT stimulus funds. EHR vendors chosen by ZaneNet include Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE) and Sevocity, and the PHR vendor is NoMoreClipboard.com.  ZaneNet has selected Resource Partners, LLC, to provide practice management services.

The Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) was awarded $5.5 million by the Office of the National Coordinator to become Maryland’s Regional Extension Center. CRISP is entering into contracts with MSOs to provide direct assistance to 1600 Maryland physicians. Each MSO will help physicians select and purchase an EHR and achieve meaningful use in order to receive reimbursements of $44,000 or more. 

ZaneNet personnel will collaborate with Resource Partners to help client practices qualify for incentive payments, improve revenue cycle management and enhance capacity to provide multi-disciplinary coordinated care.  Service packages include Clinical and Technical Practice Assessment, EHR Implementation and Training, Medical Billing, Credentialing, Revenue Cycle and Document Management, Chronic Disease and Medical Home management services.

ZaneNet Connect provides a unified platform for providing secure access to a wide range of mission critical applications and connectivity to the statewide HIE. In addition to negotiating reasonable, subscription-based pricing for EHR and PHR applications, ZaneNet will manage the privacy and confidentiality aspects of selected systems, and offers back office, revenue cycle, and  technical  implementation support for practice network, wireless, workstation, LAN and WAN configuration needs.

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