Medsphere services the following types of organizations:
Acute Care Hospitals
Medsphere’s OpenVista is installed in acute care hospitals ranging from the 476-bed Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York to the 10-bed Guadalupe County Hospital in rural Santa Rosa, NM. All eligible acute care clients have met Meaningful Use requirements and received 100 percent federal reimbursement.
Behavioral Health Hospitals
Building on VistA’s behavioral health utility for the VA and Indian Health Service,, OpenVista includes key behavioral health functionality including multi-disciplinary treatment plans, group notes, behavioral health assessments and HBIPS reporting.
State Public Health
OpenVista also powers state-run healthcare systems. At the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR), Medsphere implemented OpenVista in all seven state-owned healthcare hospitals including acute care, behavioral health and long-term care facilities in less than two years. West Virginia’s system utilizes a centralized data facility connecting each hospital, creating a statewide, patient-centered electronic health record. Medsphere is currently building a system for the 64,000 residents of US territory of American Samoa.
"We must acquire the tools to manage population health in a financially responsible way, which makes OpenVista very appealing," said CEO Joseph Davis-Fleming, FACHE. “The system is affordable—we can pay for it without a huge initial cash outlay—and it is certified for Meaningful Use 2014. OpenVista is also a very flexible, expandable and proven public health system that can be enhanced for our specific needs.”
State Behavioral Health
OpenVista serves West Virginia’s Behavioral Health hospitals. For example, Jackie Withrow Hospital and Hopemont Hospital provide long-term and geriatric care for many residents who have behavioral health issues. Sharpe Jr. Hospital provides a wide range of services to patients committed through civil commitment or the judicial system. OpenVista provides key functionality and support for state-run behavioral health clinical services.
International Health Systems
The patient-centered nature and proven health outcomes of VistA make OpenVista the optimal solution for the budget conscious international health sector. OpenVista international installations include American Samoa, India, Mexico, and Jordan. England’s National Health Service and the Irish Health Ministry are actively considering VistA as foundational technology to power their nationwide health systems.