Grasso, Stevens alumni deploy next generation information systems platform

HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Dr. S. Vincent Grasso, an adjunct professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Stevens Institute of Technology and founder of Technology Integrations for Medical Applications, Inc. (TIMA) has collaborated with Stu Patel and Sub Prabhakaran of Universal Industrial Clinic (UIC), in the deployment of an advanced healthcare information system platform for the rehabilitation clinic. The clinic, owned by Patel, is located in Newark, N.J. Patel was a member of Stevens' Class of 1993 and Prabhakaran was a member of the Class of 1995.

This platform represents the systems integration, orchestrated by Grasso, of several vendors such as TIMA, MedAppz, Cryptek, DP Solutions, HP, Juniper and Olympus.

The UIC has had a current focus of delivering care to the City of Newark employees injured while at work. They had been working within an analog, or paper-based, environment and recognized the need to migrate to a digital and paperless one. However, this migration caused concern: During their due diligence of existing vendors, they realized that most vendors had serious deficiencies concerning issues such as data security, portability, scalability, ability to import and export data, analytical/mining tools and price.

"Sub and I spent more than one year searching for an advanced electronic medical record vendor that would meet our needs. Most had the bells and whistles that you would expect in a system, but despite a wide range of prices, they fell short where we were the most concerned; data security and medical record integrity," said Patel, President and Medical Director of UIC. "The single most important selection criterion for choosing an EMR system is that the patient comes first."

"My role at the UIC resides within business development and the coordination of the clinic's clinical, technical and financial operations. It seemed to me that the selection of an EMR required as its prerequisite, the ability for me to bring value to the cli

Contact: Stephanie Mannino
Stevens Institute of Technology

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