Jersey City, New Jersey — GRM, a full cycle records and information management leader, announced today that it will be attending the Columbia University Medical Center Vendor Procurement Fair at The Armory Foundation in New York City sponsored by the Purchasing Department of Columbia University. The March 23rd event is for the benefit of Medical Center personnel, offices and departments that wish to become better acquainted with the services offered by the University’s Preferred Vendors, including GRM.
“At GRM, we are grateful for the opportunity to participate in this fair and potentially build on the relationship we have developed with Columbia University over the years,” said GRM Vice President, Yossi Harel. “We look forward to demonstrating and offering details on our many cutting edge solutions for Healthcare Content Management, all of which are designed to lower costs, increase productivity, and improve provider satisfaction.”
Included among GRM’s service offerings is VisualVault, a full-cycle information and Records Management Suite that incorporates every hospital department, manages data from creation through destruction and provides one secure, flexible platform for Enterprise Content Management. Easy to use and quick to deploy, VisualVault stores, tracks and connects information across medical networks, departments and systems.
GRM also offers a unique Global Chart Management Model that incorporates current records management policies, future goals and industry-proven practices while providing EMR conversion of Legacy Data, Chart Storage, Chart Delivery and Medical Release of Information.
“Our Saas-based Visual Vault ECM is the secure foundation for these services,” continued Harel, “due to the system’s flexibility and range of features. Out-of-the-box functionality includes HL7 Integration for delivering secure data transfers between systems; the ability to review patient charts, progress notes and history from legacy systems; easy-to-use dashboards; complete audit trails and more.”
These capabilities are utilized in healthcare applications that benefit Human Resources, Clinical, Invoice and Procurement Processing, Contract Management, Lease Abstracting and Management, Digital File Room, Document Archiving and Digital Mail Services. For a medical enterprise, the results are reduced operating costs, faster care delivery, improved patient satisfaction, greater mobility and collaboration between caregivers, less downtime and an increase in the use existing technologies through full integration.
Other critical GRM services include a Blended Solution that integrates, manages and accesses both electronic and physical records from a single source and Legacy Data Archiving, where unstructured and structured data are merged into one patient health records interface.
The Procurement Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, March 23rd at the Columbia University Medical Center (168th Street Armory). Additional information about the event can be found by visiting http://finance.columbia.edu/content/2016-vendor-fair.