Roche Diabetes Care
"The experience of ICW in the field of modern application design, information security and agile development has played a key role in providing an innovative and intuitive solution."
Scott Baxter, Head of Diabetes Management & Platform Solutions at Roche Diabetes Care
Development of a web-based solution for consolidating blood glucose measurement data from devices or smartphone-apps, fostering seamless collaboration between healthcare professionals and people with diabetes based on the shared view of each individuals information.
Eases daily diabetes management for people living with diabetes and empowers healthcare professionals to provide improved coaching and guidance.
“ICW eHealth Solutions represent a critical component in our global strategy around next-generation Vendor Neutral Archives and growing HIT solutions such as Master Data Management and Health Information Exchange. ICW is a highly competent partner that understands how to work with a Fortune 500 company, both tactically and strategically. ICW has done a great job aligning with our priorities and understands that our joint customers always come first.”
Dave White, General Manager Centricity Clinical Archive / Analytics GE Healthcare Digital
DXC Technology (Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services)
HP and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission agree that they picked the right partner in ICW. ICW's proven experience with its portal solution and its expertise in platform technology factored largely into their decision. According to both parties, they chose ICW for its ability to deliver immediately available key components in a short time frame at a reasonable price.
Increasing the exchange of medical information to improve care delivery for low income Texas residents. Facilitating availability of individual patient data to the care providers based on an HP solution that utilizes the ICW eHealth Platform.
The project seeks to reduce costs – more than $10 million is spent annually on letter correspondence ‒ and increase the efficiency of the care delivery process by giving physicians and nurses better access to relevant patient health information.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC)
“The accurate identification of a member’s information across multiple systems is essential to providing effective health care and most recently, in supporting healthcare reform regulations. The ICW solution has enabled Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC) to create a holistic picture of our members throughout their lifetime that spans the new health information landscape.”Karen L. LaJaunie, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, Director, Data Management Download
“OneHealthPort needed a technology partner to help us stand up a Clinical Data Repository for a major client. We selected ICW, and based on the service we have received to date, we are very pleased with our choice. We picked ICW because they were compliant and current with key standards, they were flexible and responsive in structuring the partnership to meet our unique needs and their software scaled efficiently to match the growth of our service offering. We look forward to working together with ICW in the years ahead to meet our customers’ needs and improve the health of the communities we serve.”
Rick Rubin, CEO OneHealthPort
Synedra and ICW have brought new life to hospital archives with their solutions. Read the article "The Living Archive" by Dr. med. Thomas Pellizzari, CEO of synedra information technologies GmbH
“Swisscom has been using the powerful ICW components for many years in networking projects and the development of IHE solutions for the Electronic Patient Dossier (EPD) in Switzerland. We value ICW as a highly experienced and reliable eHealth specialist with an innovative service offering.”
Thomas Bachofner, CEO Swisscom Health AG
University Hospital Heidelberg
Seamless Cross-organizational Communication
“With ICW, we have found the ideal partner for the implementation of our PEPA (Persönliche Einrichtungsübergreifende Patientenakte: Personal cross-enterprise medical record) to exchange relevant information with cooperating institutions of the Heidelberg University Hospital with the participation of our patients.”
Oliver Reinhard, Head of the Center for Information and Medical Technology (ZIM) Heidelberg University Hospital
Please find different articles about UKHD in our ICW Perspectives:
"Partnerships serving patients" from Oliver Reinhard
"The mystery of medical records" from Prof. Dr. med. Björn Bergh
University Hospital Freiburg
IHE-compliant diagnostic communication and archiving platform from ICW and synedra
„As the most important subproject of our HIS migration strategy, the establishment of the new diagnostic and archiving platform pursues following central claim: All clinical data and results of in the house existing medical systems should be handled in one consistent diagnostic communication and archiving platform. With a certified medical multiformat viewer the documents, images and videos, but also structured data are visible to all users in the clinic. In line with our commitment to medical standards the archiving platform is IHE-compliant. Especially we want a cross-clinical support of clinical and economic critical processes. Because of this our focus is a coherent and expandable concept. In an EU-wide process of allocation synedra and ICW together get the award.“
Dr. Michael Kraus, Head of Clinic Computer Center, University Hospital Freiburg
“From our point of view, we have found the ideal partner with ICW to implement our strategic orientation of network medicine. ICW, with its integrated portfolio, great experience and fast, reliable implementation performance, provides important prerequisites for successful implementation of our strategy.” Prof. Dr. Kurt Marquardt, Head of IT, Universitätsklinikum Gießen und Marburg GmbH Please also read the following articles in our ICW Perspectives: "Opening doors with ICW Modules" "Reliable patient identification as the cornerstone of the networked platform"
Hirslanden Private Clinic Group
"We decided on the ICW Master Patient Index - not just because it improves the quality of our master data and our framework architecture - but also because it offers solutions for the exchange of medical data that can support the national eHealth strategy."
Claude Meyer, Leiter ICT & Prozesse, Privatklinikgruppe Hirslanden
Networking and integration of existing, but isolated information systems within the Hirslanden Group to provide a basis upon which medical information could be exchanged reliably and quickly between different facilities.
Improving the exchange of information within the Hirslanden Clinic Group and its 13 private clinics, 100 competence centers and specialized institutes with a total of 1,300 approbated resident medical doctors (MDs) and 4,500 employees.