Eglin Air Force Base selects MedHub
Ann Arbor, Michigan (June 21, 2007) -- MedHub, Inc., has been selected by Eglin Air Force Base in Eglin, Florida to deploy its enterprise residency management system at the base.
The MedHub system is an integrated web-based suite of modules developed to improve communication, information workflow and reporting for physician education and residency program accreditation.
The MedHub system provides diverse stakeholders real-time access to information essential to the management of their respective specialized tasks. Eglin AFB will use the MedHub the system to replace multiple databases and ad hoc processes with a single unified database to streamline workflow. MedHub error checks data input by users and manages the flow of information from stakeholder to stakeholder through logic-based alerts, reminders and milestones. System rules, flags and algorithms improve data quality as it moves between users. The result is higher data quality and reduced redundant effort.
Data managed by MedHub include: complex rotation and call schedules, faculty and resident demographics, resident evaluations, case logs/medical procedures, didactic conference management, resident duty hours and document management. Institutional data managed and processed by MedHub include: payroll/funding inputs, affiliated institutional billing, Medicare reimbursement, contracts, FTE calculations, and auditing functions.
MedHub stakeholders include residents, attending faculty, program administrators, Graduate Medical Education, Hospital Finance, paging, nurses and others.
This agreement is MedHub's first U.S. Government contract.
Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., The center is responsible for development, acquisition, testing, deployment, and sustainment of all air-delivered weapons. Eglin AFB serves as the focal point for all Air Force armament. It applies advanced technology, engineering and programming efficiencies across the product life cycle to provide superior combat capability to the warfighter. Eglin's Air Armament Center plans, directs and conducts test and evaluation of armament, navigation, guidance systems, and command and control systems. The 96th Air Base Wing, as the host unit, supports the largest single-base mobility commitment in the Air Force.
For more information, visit their web site at: http://www.eglin.af.mil
About MedHub: MedHub was incorporated in 2002 and is a privately held Michigan company. MedHub holds contracts with The Cleveland Clinic, Carolinas Healthcare System, Stanford University, Rush University Medical Center, Carilion Clinic and The University of Michigan Health System.