Praxify's platform will be integrated into athenahealth's cloud platform, creating new opportunities for developers to build and launch user-centric apps.
The innovation program hosted in the company's SF office invites entrepreneurs with novel technologies to help fix what is broken in healthcare to apply.
The integration of e-prior authorization for prescriptions into athenaClinicals reduces approval process from nine days to three, cuts administrative work in half.
Arsenal Health uses machine learning that was tested in the MDP accelerator with more than 700 athenahealth providers, including many from signature clients.
The company will work to enable athenahealth's 67,000+ health care providers to offer patients easier scheduling access and real-time notifications.
The HIPAA-compliant mobile application, it allows users to securely share texts, images and medication information across care teams.
Hale Health, Lifesquare and PatientPop are new to the party; in addition to San Francisco and Boston, the MDP program is expanding to Austin, Texas.
The Harvard teaching hospital's inpatient EHR, called webOMR, is currently used in Beth Israel Deaconess' 649-bed flagship hospital and 30+ outpatient sites.
The combined organization can introduce new cloud-based services tied to the delivery of clinical results for rural, critical access and community hospitals.
Also, MDP accelerator graduates first portfolio company to athenahealth Marketplace and introduces partnership with HITRUST.