Business Wire – August 8th, 2014
PITTSBURGH & MIAMI–CareCloud, the leading provider of cloud-based practice management, electronic health records (EHR), and medical billing software and services, today announced it has partnered with Iron Bridge Integration (IBI) to leverage Pub Hub, IBI’s public health clearing house. This integration further enables clients using CareCloud’s EHR, CareCloud Charts, to more easily report clinical data to state registries. The expansion of CareCloud’s platform allows its clients to more easily submit public health information such as immunizations, syndromic surveillance, cancer cases and electronic reportable labs.
“Partnering with IBI will allow our clients from across the United States to securely submit various clinical information, assisting with their state public health reporting requirements,” said John Walsh, CareCloud’s Chief Technology Officer. “CareCloud continues to expand its platform and partner with best-of-breed companies like IBI, that will enable our clients to harness the power of their cloud-based registry network.”
IBI’s Pub Hub is a flexible platform-as-a-service offering that eliminates the need for a medical group to invest in expensive hardware and software licenses associated with client-server EHRs. As part of the agreement, CareCloud will integrate with IBI’s Pub Hub platform, allowing clients using the company’s cloud-based EHR to leverage Pub Hub’s prebuilt connections to all states with active electronic connections.
“We are excited to join with CareCloud as they look to expand their platform and allow their growing provider base access to our cloud-based registry reporting capabilities,” said IBI CEO and co-founder Brad Meyers. “This will allow CareCloud clients to more seamlessly integrate and adhere with state-based reporting requirements.”
About Iron Bridge Integration
Iron Bridge Integration (IBI) is a cloud-based healthcare software company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. IBI’s cloud-based solutions simplify the complex exchange of data between EHR software providers and a variety of entities including public health agencies, healthcare payers and providers. For more information please visit www.ironbridgeintegration.com.