As a key provider of health services in Inyo County, Calif., Northern Inyo Healthcare District requires state-of-the-art technology to stay on pace with the evolution of the industry and provide excellent patient service. For its conversion to Cerner CommunityWorks, NIHD turned to long-time partner Shasta Networks and its Ascent Summit Platform to complete their third EHR transition together since 2003.
View our August 4 webinar for a deeper dive (live demo) into Ascent, Shasta Network’s game-changing interoperability platform for hospitals, clinics, long-term care centers, laboratories, radiology centers and service providers. See how Ascent’s built-in modules and three tiers of functionality support your goals for seamless, scalable and simplified integration.
View our brief July 28 webinar and be among the first to see how Ascent, Shasta Network’s newly launched HIT interoperability platform, supports your organization’s journey to peak performance. Whether your enterprise is a hospital, clinic, long-term care facility, laboratory, radiology center or service provider, this webinar is made for you and your HIT interoperability goals.
To expand its industry-leading impact in HIT integration, Shasta Networks has launched their fifth generation platform, Ascent, designed to facilitate successful interoperability and customized solutions for healthcare enterprises. Empowering users with a variety of modules to eliminate or minimize interoperability challenges, Ascent streamlines processes and breaks down barriers for heightened integration.
To protect its workforce and preserve quality of care, St. Ann’s implemented point-of-care testing and partnered with Shasta Networks to automate mandatory reporting to the New York State Department of Health. The solution merged disparate data sources and securely transmitted that information to the state, increasing the timeliness and quality of St. Ann’s response.