NJ Tech Companies Make Big Showing at Las Vegas Healthcare Conference


If you don’t think health information and management systems are a big industry in N.J., think again. NJTechWeekly.com counted 34 N.J.-based companies heading to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society 2012 (HIMSS12) conference in Las Vegas this week. In addition to the “usual suspects,” such as Alcatel-Lucent (Murray Hill), Avaya (Basking Ridge), Cognizant (Teaneck), CommVault (Oceanport), Ricoh Healthcare (West Caldwell), Panasonic (Secaucus) and Samsung (Ridgefield Park), here are some other N.J. companies whose booths can be found at this industry event. This is a truncated list; you can find all the N.J. companies at the show by searching this online conference guide.

  • dbtech (Clark) offers RAS, a document management system for hospitals that integrates with electronic medical records.
  • Ellkay (Teaneck) helps healthcare companies with data conversions.
  • Health Care Software (Farmingdale) offers a web-based integrated clinical and financial health information system.
  • IGI Health (Piscataway) provides a solution for clinical and revenue cycle data.
  • iPatientCare (Woodbridge) is known for its certified electronic health record (EHR), practice management and patient portal software. 
  • Lifepoint Informatics (Glen Rock) has a suite of healthcare IT connectivity products.
  • PDR Network (Montvale) offers real-time drug information services to EHR users.
  • SpectraMD (Princeton) is a provider of data analytics for delivery networks, payers and provider organizations.
  • SRSsoft (Montvale) provides EHR technology and services for high-performance specialty practices.
  • Wellsoft (Somerset) is an emergency room workflow analysis and customer support solution provider.

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