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We look forward to our participation at HIMSS 2018 in Las Vegas. We will be debuting a new and bigger booth configuration and are excited to demonstrate the full range of healthcare CDS and reporting applications that can be created and deployed with our platform. Additionally we will be showing our ROME and AUC solutions that were created with leading medical knowledge organizations.
Visit us at booth 12050
UTD has used LOGICNETS to develop their next generation Pathways online service. The new system is interactive and highly visual, allowing physicians to investigate a wide range of medical conditions to better understand the latest protocols for diagnosis and treatment. The system was tested by a selected group of beta customers throughout 2017 and recently became generally available to UTD's hospital customers making the system available for their community of physicians.
CMS Awards LogicNets provisional approval as a Clinical Decision Support Mechanism (CDSM) vendor. LOGICNETS has been given approval by CMS to participate as a provider of the technology capable of automating use of Appropriate Use Criteria for advanced imaging. This allows providers to comply with the PAMA law, which will take full affect in 2020.
The US SEC acquired LOGICNETS in 2015 as a critical component in a new system for allowing the agency to properly bill and process filing fees incurred each time an organization makes a securities offering available to the public. This new system – called Electronic Filing System Management (EFSM) – was delivered by CGI Federal in conjunction and fully integrated with CGI's Momentum financial management system. With the LOGICNETS platform the SEC can specify a range of complex business rules for calculating fees. Filings submitted through EDGAR therefor can be routed and processed more efficiently before they are processed by Momentum. EFSM went into live production in June 2017.
LOGICNETS enjoyed a highly successful RSNA 2017 in Chicago. After receiving qualification from CMS as a clinical decision support mechanism vendor, we were able to demonstrate both how our platform can be used to create Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) validation applications as well as the specific AUC for Radiology application we have developed based on content from Intermountain Health and NCCN. We were delighted to see that even though the PAMA deadline has been moved back, most providers are taking serious steps now to have a CDSM in place that can both meet PAMA and expand in the future to a range of other functions for which AUC will clearly provide benefits.