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HMI's eNvision™ Suite of products and services provide healthcare facilities with automated registration and patient access solutions with the smart card serving as the core. HMI eNvision solutions provide the rapid, accurate and HIPAA compliant transportation of a patientís medical and demographic information throughout any Healthcare system or community. These products and services greatly enhance the patient experience and are valuable for any healthcare organization including:

Hospitals
Physician Offices
Insurance Companies / Health Plans
Diagnostic Labs
Urgent Care Clinics
... and more

HealthMeans, Inc. (HMI) is establishing regional “communities” of patients, physicians, IDNs, hospitals, and health plans connected through our patent-pending eNvision™ Suite of solutions including:

Smart Card Solutions
Registration Solutions
Patient Access and Kiosk Solutions

Organizations that are members of an HMI sponsored community have simple, secure access to healthcare and medical record information for all participants within that community, improving the efficiency of day-to-day administrative and communications tasks. This empowers physicians, hospitals, health plans and other healthcare service providers with secure and HIPAA compliant access to current vital patient health information at all participating locations, allowing them to provide enhanced quality of care while saving the organization both time and money through efficiency.

To learn more on how your organization can sponsor a smart card community project or just to learn more about eNvision smart card and patient access solutions, please spend time with us on our web page or contact us directly at 972-488-6633 today!

 

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