Unified Group Services Inc

September 2007
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2007, Vol. 51 Issue 9, Special section p27
The article reports on the technology-driven program related to health management offered by Unified Group Services Inc. in Indiana. The system uncovers opportunities to improve patient care and avert potential medical errors. Once these patient issues are pinpointed, the CareEngine system generates an alert called a Care Consideration which is reviewed by a physician and then communicated to treating physician via phone, fax or letter.


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