Terida believes that healthcare technology is an enabler of improved care. We take great pride in our ability to integrate healthcare systems and facilitate health information to flow. By creating “conversations”, we enable existing and new technologies to participate in Health Information Exchange (HIE) and prepare for the impacts of Meaningful Use, Pay-for-Performance (P4P), and other quality measures. We are experts in opensource technologies and integration platforms, although our solutions are platform and database neutral.
Terida delivers leading expertise in the evaluation, deployment and integration of Electronic Medical Records (EMR), comprehensive Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Health Information Exchanges (HIE) as well as Expert Systems (for disease management) and Information-and-Referral Systems (I&R).
Our team members are recognized experts in Healthcare Information Technology and consult regularly on international issues related to the secure exchange of health information – our strength lies in a unique combination of approach and experience and an emphasis on delivering above and beyond client expectations.
Terida understands that a successful team is aware of evolving healthcare legislation, regional, state or national policies, and that the appropriate mix technologies must be in place to ensure that health information flows legally, securely and accurately. The Terida team is strong. Amongst us, we have built and consulted on some of the largest Health Information Technology projects in the world, managed and contributed to the policies of extremely large commercial and governmental healthcare entities, and contributed at the highest levels towards the definition and ratification of the standards that will drive Health Information Exchange in the foreseeable future. We employ highly specialized, experienced and focused individuals that are committed to execution and quality. Our team is passionate about the healthcare space and energized by helping healthcare IT stakeholders define their vision, improve the health of patient populations, and reduce the cost of care through the appropriate application of Health Information Technology.