Healthcare information services firm eNotes Systems, Los Angeles, changed its name to Veridigm to reflect its new strategic focus on telemedicine."Our new name better reflects our core competencies," Veridigm President and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Flammang said in a news release. "Veridigm means truth at a distance,' and by removing the distance between doctor and patient with real-time technology, that's exactly what we deliver." In September, Veridigm formed a partnership with Los Angeles-based Jump Communications to develop a private telecommunications network that allows healthcare providers to interact with patients remotely via live, two-way video, audio and data exchange. That month, the company also launched its first telemedicine beta test project with LifeHouse Retirement Properties, Grand Rapids, Mich., which operates 10 long-term care facilities in Illinois and Michigan. Veridigm also recently opened a New York office and hired Ruben King-Shaw Jr., the CMS' former deputy administrator and chief operating officer, to head up its advisory board.
IT company eNotes changes name
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