TSG & It’s Customers: In the NEWS
The Shams Group to Exhibit at MUSE Conference, May 31 – June 3, 2016, Orlando, FL
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The Shams Group (TSG) is in booth #922. It’s just behind the MUSE booth come by to say, “hi,” and see what’s new.
You’ll love hearing how our products create solutions.
The Shams Group’s TSG EHR Suite 6.0 has been tested and certified under the Drummond Group’s Electronic Health Records Office of the National Coordinator Authorized Certification Body (ONC-ACB) program. This EHR software is compliant in accordance with the criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
(Published on the ‘Dallas Business Journal’ on Friday, October 26, 2012, 12:57pm)
Conway had been running The Shams Group (TSG) solutions for over 10 years with their scanning archiving / data repository solutions with their MEDITECH Magic hospital information system. They have gone paperless in the Medical Records Department and physicians have on-site / remote access to patients charts and able to e-Sign documents. Many of the disparate systems (Emergency Department, Surgery, EKG, etc.) are set up with optical character recognition (OCR) to feed documents directly in the hospital’s legal EHR saving dollars verses having to manually scan them.
Received ONC-ATB Modular EHR Certification by the Drummond Group on Friday, July 9, 2011. This designation officially deems the (EHR) software capable of enabling providers to qualify for funding under ARRA. Tested and certified under the Drummond Group’s Electronic Health Records Office of National Coordinator Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB) program, the EHR software is 2011/2012 compliant in accordance with the criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
(Published on the ‘Meditech Community Bulletin’)
America’s Best Hospitals, an annual ranking of the country’s elite medical centers, is a tool for patients who need medical sophistication most facilities cannot offer. Unlike other rankings and ratings that grade hospitals on how well they execute routine procedures like outpatient hernia repair manage common conditions like low-grade heart failure the U.S. News approach looks at how well a hospital handles complex and demanding situations–replacing an 85-year-old man’s heart valve, diagnosing and treating a spinal tumour, and dealing with inflammatory bowel disease to name three examples. High-stakes medicine. This year, the 20th for Best Hospitals, institutions are ranked in 16 specialties, from cancer and heart disease to repository disorders and urology. A total of 4,861 hospitals were considered; 174, or less than 0.4 percent of the total, were ranked in even one of the 16 specialties. We are very proud to announce that our customers, Duke University of Medical Center, Durham N.C & UPMC – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center ranked number 10 and number 13 amongst the top 20 hospitals.
Healthcare Informatics Publication Announces Partnership between CPM Resource Center & TSG
(CPM Resource Center, Shams Group Partner on Evidence-Based Info)
Independent Software Vendor for E-Tran Web Portal Solution
Excelling in the competency of Microsoft ISV/Software Solutions, TSG has developed the E-Tran Web Portal Solution based on Microsoft technologies. This accomplishment has allowed TSG to standout in the market place and meets the customer and technology demands of the healthcare world today. As an Independent Software Vendor, TSG is able to develop targeted solutions for our ETranscriptor customers.
Microsoft Business Solutions
Attaining the Microsoft Business Solution Competency has helped TSG differentiate itself amongst other vendors in the areas of customer relationship management (CRM). This differentiation has helped us meet the needs of our customers. TSG is able to provide solutions that address mission-critical business priorities for your organization. As a Microsoft Gold Partner with a competency in Microsoft Business Solutions, TSG has proven proficiency in deploying Microsoft Dynamics and related applications.
Choice Matters and Black Magic – Part I
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 8, Number 32, pages 31-34) (Article).
Preparing for Medicare Audits
(In the Issue of Healthcare Data Management) (Article).
Customer ‘Think’ & Systemic Transformational Wins
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 8, Issue 29) (2 Articles).
The Healthcare Informatics 2003 Resource Guide
TSG was featured in The Healthcare Informatics 2003 Resource Guide for IT Companies, Products & Services – December 2002, Volume 19 Number 12. TSG was listed for its various services and solutions including: Computer-Based Patient Record System, Data Warehouse/ Repository/Mart/Base System, Decision Support System, Document Imaging System, Interface Engine/Interface tool, Radiology Information System, PACS, Security System, Consulting, Network Design/Construction, Outsourcing, Systems Integration
Health Management Technology 2003 Resource Guide
TSG was featured in Health Management Technology 2003 Resource Guide for its various services and solutions including: Consulting Services, Data Warehouse/Databases, Decision Support, Clinical Decision Support, Document Management/Imaging, Electronic Medical Records (EMR/CPR), and Master Patient Index.
The New Generation EIS
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 13, Issue 3) (Article).
The Power Of On-Line Analytical Processing In The Healthcare Arena
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 13, Issue 2, pages 23-25 (Article).
Trouble in IT Paradise – A Survival Guide For The CIO
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 13, Issue 2, pages 36-38) (Article).
United We Stand, Divided We Fall – Bridging the Gap for Care in Communities
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 13, Issue 1, pages 28-29) (Article).
Process Automation Robots from Admissions to Business Office
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 13, Issue 1, pages 30-31) (Article).
More Than a Database – Mining Your Data for Decision-Making Success
(In the Journal of AHIMA, 28-32) (Article).
Revitalize Your Medical Records Department with Workflow Automation Technology
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 12, Issue 3, pages 43-44) (Article).
The Power of Data Warehousing
(In the Issue of MUSE Matters – Volume 12, Issue 3, pages 45-46) (Article).
Reducing Errors – Improving Patient Safety and Quality
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 12, Issue 2, pages 21-22) (Article).
Information Technology for Streamlining Business office Processes
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 12, Issue 2, pages 40-43) (Article).
Next Generation Document Archiving Solutions Are Workflow and Customer Driven
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 12, Issue 1, pages 20-21) (Article).
Preventing Medical Errors
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 12, Issue 1, pages 18-19, 47) (Article).
Transforming HIM Departments – Maximizing Productivity
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 15-17) (Article).
Liberate Your HIS Applications
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 19-21) (Article).
Strategic Directions towards an Integrated Delivery System
(In the Issue of MUSE International Newsletter – Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 11-13) (Article).