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Laptop cart with storage The LPC125 Laptop Cart with storage compartment pro- vides the high-quality mobile cart users have come to expect from AFC Industries with the added convenience of a 12 x 12 x 5-inch-high storage compartment. This sturdy, lightweight and easy- to-maneuver unit is pneumatically height adjustable from 29 to 39 inches from the floor and glides quietly on four 4-inch casters, two of which are lockable. An 18 x 18-inch work surface accom- modates most laptop models. AFC Industries


See AFC Industries at HIMSS13 booth #7222 www.rsleads.com/303ht-176


Eliminate your legacy system costs


DataArk is an active archive that houses leg- acy clinical, financial,


revenue cycle management and other HIS data. This solu- tion enables real-time access to accounts receivable (A/R) and human resources (H/R) data as well as medical records from decommissioned systems, saving up to 80 percent in support costs. This solution also manages legacy healthcare data from many older applications, including: Siemens IN- VISION and MedSeries4 Clinical Suite, McKesson Health- Quest IDX LastWord, Carecast and Flowcast, QuadraMed Affinity and Allscripts-Misys. MediQuant See MediQuant at HIMSS13 booth #5649 www.rsleads.com/303ht-178


CAT 6A cable goes green


General Cable has add- ed another halogen-free cable to its GenSPEED 17 FREE offering. GenSPEED 10 MTP Cat 6A 10 Gig Type CMR cables are environmentally friendly and contain Mosa- ic Crossblock technology, providing an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable


that performs like a shielded cable but with substantiated green properties. Ideally suited for network infrastructure and data centers, cables in this series do not contain any chlorine, fluorine, bromine or iodine, which reduces the overall toxicity of the cable. General Cable www.rsleads.com/303ht-180


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Next-gen collaboration between providers, patients and payers


Covisint Healthcare performs ad- vanced analytics across multiple sys- tems and stakeholders to reduce costs and earn incentives – a core tenet of accountable care initiatives. This cloud engagement platform reduces unneces- sary readmissions, procedure redun- dancies and ER visits by streamlining administrative and clinical information and delivering actionable insights to the point of care, including highlighting


strong and weak performers; enhancing existing EMRs, EHRs and HIEs; providing real-time ER team notifications; reporting on core measure sets; and improving patient outreach and scheduling. Covisint See Covisint at HIMSS13 booth #7628 www.rsleads.com/303ht-177


Get secure anytime/anywhere access Dell’s Mobile Clinical Com- puting (MCC) is a desktop virtualization and identity ac- cess management solution for healthcare professionals. It combines single sign-on technol- ogy with multifactor authen- tication to enable clinicians to securely access applications and data anywhere from nearly any device. By storing informa- tion in the data center, not the endpoint device, MCC helps


reduce the risk of lost or stolen data and simplifies HIPAA compliance. Expert consulting, implementation and support services are also available. Dell See Dell at HIMSS13 booth #4427, Interop Showcase www.rsleads.com/303ht-179


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AFC Industries ..................................................... 21 athenahealth ...................................................... IFC CDW ...................................................................BC Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ........... 3 HealthPort ............................................................ 23 McKesson Paragon HIS ........................................ 9


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