Telegenisys Inc. launches new clinical data extraction group

clinical data extraction

Fairfield, CA – 15 May 2018 Telegenisys clinical data extraction group is now posting lab results data including blood reports into interpretive chronic disease response systems. Telegenisys has been cleaning, organizing and summarizing medical records for more than a decade. With this addition of precision clinical data extraction, data entry, and verification, the company is expanding its offering to a deeper engagement in healthcare support. With externally audited HIPAA, ISO 9001, ISO 27001 compliant systems, Telegenisys is ideally suited to handle sensitive patient data with the care it deserves. Telegenisys provides this support from its data center located in Pune, India.

Vice President of Operations Henry J. Cobb outlined: “Accuracy in data entry is especially important for those lab tests used for treatment or for judging the effectiveness of a treatment. We combine automated systems with two levels of human checks to ensure that outlier values are real”

Senior Operations Manager Rakesh Medhekar said, “We started working on medical records by understanding and defining our client’s needs. We developed ZERO DEFECTS methodology for the work and implemented a reliable solution. This adds to the variety of lab report data Telegenisys processes each day for medical care providers.”

About Telegenisys Inc.

Telegenisys Inc. is a Delaware corporation having its primary headquarters in California. Telegenisys has been providing service solutions to American businesses since 1994. It offers a broad spectrum of services to medical practices, genomics labs, record request companies and medical software providers. Its image group analyses satellite and drone images to develop sophisticated data models with precision and accuracy. Regardless of the application, Telegenisys delivers a highly accurate and reliable service.

PR Contact:
Mark Merani
1-(707) 377-3799
mmerani@telegenisys.com
Telegenisys Inc.
5055 Business Center Drive, Ste. 108-223
Fairfield, CA 94534, USA

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