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Mediware acquires Rock-Pond Solutions

August 23, 2018HME News Staff

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware Information Systems has acquired Rock-Pond Solutions, a business intelligence and analytics software provider for the home infusion, home medical equipment, and specialty pharmacy industries. The deal will allow Mediware to develop better solutions for the post-acute care market. It will also support more collaborative work on Mediware's CareTend product roadmap. “(Rock-Pond's) highly regarded team brings deep experience in post-acute care and they have successfully...

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Mediware acquires BlueStrata EHR

August 2, 2018HME News Staff

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware Information Systems has acquired St. Louis-based BlueStrata EHR, a cloud-based electronic health record system for long-term post-acute care providers. The deal will allow Medicare to better address the healthcare needs of the aging populations and the business and process needs of the post-acute market. “BlueStrata EHR provides Mediware with a high-quality solution and a new market opportunity where we can share our expertise in improving care through technology,”...

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Mediware expands portfolio

January 25, 2018HME News Staff

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware Information Systems has acquired MEDTranDirect, a provider of software solutions for healthcare revenue cycle management and an approved network service vendor for Medicare. The move extends the capabilities in Mediware's Kinnser Software, which it acquired in 2017. "At Mediware, we are transforming and empowering data-driven decision-making across the continuum of care to help providers determine the most cost-effective paths to improving patient outcomes,” said Bill...

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Vendor short takes: Golden Technologies, Mediware

October 10, 2017HME News Staff

Old Forge, Pa.-based Golden Technologies has launched a new scooter accessory: a battery docking station. The station is portable and charges the interlocking U1 batteries of the Buzzaround EX scooter models. The company says the station offers a convenient way of keeping a set of charged batteries on-hand, particularly when visiting family and friends, or when vacationing…Lenexa, Kan.-based Mediware Information Systems has signed on CSI Pharmacy for its CareTend cloud-based software. The national...

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Mediware taps new CEO

August 11, 2017Liz Beaulieu, Editor

LENEXA, Kan. - As Bill Miller sees it, the post-acute care market is the next “pioneering space” in health care and he aims to position Mediware Information Systems as the leader in the race to settle it.Miller, who joined Mediware as CEO in late July, knows a thing or two about where health care is headed as the former CEO of OptumInsight, a division of Optum that's focused on data and analytics. Optum, a $90 billion company, is a subsidiary of healthcare giant UnitedHealth Group.“I've...

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Miller takes reins at Mediware

July 28, 2017HME News Staff

LENEXA, Kan. - Bill Miller has been name CEO of Mediware Information Systems, the software company announced July 27. He succeeds Kelly Mann, who has served as CEO since 2007. Miller has more than 20 years of healthcare and technology experience, most recently as CEO of OptumInsight at Optum, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group. Prior to OptumInsight, Miller served as vice president of technologies at Cerner Corporation. “Having spent my entire career in the healthcare and technology industries,...

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Short take: Mediware

February 16, 2017HME News Staff

Legacy Healthcare, a provider of home health, hospice and home medical equipment in New Mexico, has licensed CareTend software from Mediware Information Systems for its HME services. The software will allow the provider to automate its delivery process.

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Short takes: BioScrip, BOC, Mediware, NASP

February 8, 2017HME News Staff

BioScrip has joined Keep My Infusion Care at Home, a coalition formed in response to a change in the payment model for Medicare Part B home infusion drugs. The Denver-based BioScrip is a leading provider of infusion and home care management solutions…Staff members of the Board of Certification and Accreditation (BOC)are finalists for two Stevie Awards: Front-Line Customer Service Team of the Year and Business Development Professional of the Year. Finalists were chosen from more than 2,300 nominations....

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Mediware goes mobile with CareTend

October 12, 2016HME News Staff

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware Information Systems will launch the CareTend Anywhere mobile application at Medtrade later this month. The app allows customers to access Mediware's CareTend software application from any location, regardless of the device they are using. “Providers will see firsthand how using mobile delivery tools can speed delivery times so that patients receive their supplies sooner and staff have more time to complete new orders,” said Paul O'Toole, vice president and general...

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Mediware CEO wins award

July 25, 2016Liz Beaulieu, Editor

LENEXA, Kan. - Founded in 1980, Mediware Information Systems is hardly new to the scene. So what drew Ernst & Young in June to select the company's CEO for its Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the Central Midwest for 2016?“I think it's our financial growth,” said Kelly Mann, who has led the software solutions company for almost nine years now. “We're a mature company that's reinventing itself. We have 70% of our revenues coming from areas that we were not in seven years ago.”Here's...

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