Rochester, N.Y., August 16, 2022 – eHealth Technologies, a leading health care technology company that is focused on improving the patient experience, will be exhibiting as a sponsor of the Civitas Networks for Health 2022 Annual Conference, a Collaboration with the DirectTrust Summit, in San Antonio, Texas from August 21-24.
Diagnostic imaging consumes over 10% of all health care costs, elevating the importance of image-sharing capabilities for health systems around the country. There is also tremendous value that imaging plays in both diagnosing and treating many diseases.
“As a strategic business and technology partner, we are thrilled to support Civitas Networks for Health, a mission- and member-driven organization dedicated to using health information exchange (HIE), health data, and multi-stakeholder approaches to improve health,” said Laura Young, General Manager of Image Exchange and Vice President of Interoperability at eHealth Technologies. “Improving health care delivery through image-enabled HIEs has many benefits for both clinicians and patients, including streamlined workflows, faster diagnosis and treatment plans, and eliminating repeat testing. We look forward to connecting with HIE leaders during the conference to discuss key benefits of efficient image delivery and how they impact patient care.”
Conference attendees interested in connecting with eHealth Technologies are encouraged to click here to schedule a meeting time.
eHealth Technologies is a leading health care technology company that advances the delivery of life-altering care.
We help to provide fast and seamless access to health care for patients by collecting medical records, test results, and images and organizing them so that physicians have the information they need to provide superior care in a timely manner – in a fast, easy-to-use, digital format.
Our team members take great pride in working behind the scenes to help millions of patients benefit from faster access to lifesaving medical services ranging from cancer care to organ transplants to emergency care.
We support over 100 hospital systems across the United States, including eight of the top 10 hospitals named to the 2022/2023 Best Hospitals Honor Roll by the U.S. News and World Report.