GEMMS Partners with MedInformatix to Expand the Radiology Information Systems

August 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
LOS ANGELES, CA – GEMMS, the nation's leader in integrated Electronic Medical Record systems for Cardiology practices, is now offering a “paperless” Radiology Information System (RIS) as a result of its joint venture with MedInformatix — a leading national provider of fully integrated Electronic Health Records — was announced by Roger Pinto, GEMMS’ CEO and President.

“The partnership between GEMMS and MedInformatix has been phenomenally successful,” said Pinto. “GEMMS was one of MedInformatix’s first national accounts and the synergy between the two companies is one of the reasons we are the leader in developing, designing and implementing cardiology-specific clinical information systems. As we continue to dominate the cardiology practice market, we are excited to now offer radiology centers the opportunity to implement a fully integrated point-of-service, wireless data collection and documentation system.”

“GEMMS works with cardiology groups in 45 states and has the largest footprint for integrated systems for cardiology in the country,” added MedInformatix Chief Executive Officer Thomas McGonigle. “GEMMS and its new electronic Radiology Information System will be greeted warmly by Cardiology and Radiology imaging centers. Client satisfaction and security are key in the medical community. Cardiologists know that GEMMS (partnered Medinformatix) is not only here today to help them improve upon their existing practices, but will be here tomorrow to grow and help them take their practices to the next level with cutting-edge products, services, support and system upgrades.”

RIS systems are rapidly growing among Radiology and Cardiology practices today. With astonishing results on any given Return On Investments for a RIS, CEOs and COOs can easily make the decision to move to a paperless system. Overhead is cut and billing is up; it’s a CEO’s dream. Recently, Medicaid and Medical have been in the news and are under close scrutiny of congress and the media. With the Reduction Deficit Act of 2005, these governmental programs are forced to become stricter and to set higher standards for medical offices. This is still a non-issue for MedInformatix and GEMMS who constantly adapting its software to the needs of the medical industry.

About GEMMS -
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Indianapolis, GEMMS designs, implements and supports medical information solutions specifically created for ambulatory cardiology practices and now medical imaging companies. Developed in the nation’s largest Cardiology practice, it is the nation’s first provider of electronic knowledge technology for Cardiology practices. The company’s GEMMS ONE Single-Point Decision System, along with its continuum of integrated information products, are used by more cardiologists than any other systems.

About Medinformatix –
A leading national provider of fully integrated electronic health records, Medinformatix, Inc. products have been built around Medinformatix 25 years of workflow expertise. Designed on a single database using Microsoft SQL, whether the installation is a single physician who went live in 1994, a national cardiology practice, the busiest radiology practice in Manhattan, or one of 15 other specialties the company services, it accommodates very specific needs. Practices from various specialties choose to use MedInformatix's award-winning products which have received 13 Microsoft nominations in eight years. MedInformatix transforms the dream of a paperless, integrated practice into a reality. Visit for more information.