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Equicare Health improves Extract Engine (EE) with EE 1.1

16 May, 2017

Vancouver, CANADA – May 16, 2017 Equicare Health Inc., the leading supplier of comprehensive care coordination solutions, releases Extract Engine 1.1 (EE 1.1), an expansion of their recently introduced Extract Engine feature. The release of EE 1.1 gives customers who use EPIC Beacon the opportunity to integrate their data into Equicare products, further advancing data flow.  EE 1.1 also adds support for the new security features included in Varian’s ARIA v15 release.

“We’re seeing more sites using Beacon to manage their Medical Oncology practice, and EE 1.1 now allows us to offer our Survivorship and Navigation tools to these customers,” says Malcolm Wright, VP of Product Management. “By expanding the Oncology systems we work with, more customers can take advantage of Equicare software to consolidate more data from more places.”

This release follows the introduction of Extract Engine 1.0 (EE 1.0) earlier this year, which streamlines data flow between Equicare products and oncology information systems (OIS), making access to data less disruptive and more seamless. With EE 1.1, customers can now use Equicare products with ARIA, MOSAIQ and EPIC electronic health record systems (EHR’s). The new integration makes managing navigation, survivorship and care plan creation quicker and easier.

About Equicare Health
Equicare Health is the industry’s leading provider of comprehensive care coordination solutions.  Equicare’s flagship solution EQUICARE CS™ (ECS) is a web-based software tool that facilitates patient engagement, patient navigation, survivorship care, and adherence to standards including Meaningful Use & the Commission on Cancer.  ECS enables cancer centers to influence clinical outcomes for patients, optimize revenue streams, and increase operational efficiency. www.equicarehealth.com

For more information, please contact:

Celina Lam
Marketing Communications Specialist
celina.lam@equicarehealth.com
604-398-2956

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