Lone Pine, California, based Southern Inyo Hospital has announced that it is now live on Medsphere’s Open Cloud EHR. The critical access hospital serves as the primary source of care for recreationalists visiting numerous outdoor destinations in the area, including Mt. Whitney, Death Valley and the Alabama Hills National Recreation Area. Medsphere’s OpenVista EHR is an acute and inpatient behavioral health-oriented portfolio of clinical products and services. On top of public domain computer code available through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Medsphere has developed numerous enhancements that meet the needs and desires of hospitals and other facilities.
OpenVista Cloud is accessible from all the most commonly used platforms, including Windows, Linux and MacOS. OpenVista deployed as a cloud-based service gives Medsphere the ability to implement more rapidly than with onsite deployments. The company’s subscription service payment model gives all hospitals affordable access to modern, comprehensive healthcare IT systems.
“The go live of OpenVista Cloud at Southern Inyo is a highly significant event for us because it manifests our broader healthcare IT vision,” said Benny Benzeevi, MD, chairman and CEO of Healthcare Conglomerate Associates (HCCA), the company that manages the hospital for the Southern Inyo Health District in a statement. “We appreciate the truly collaborative approach Medsphere took to the implementation and the efforts the implementation team made to meet the specific needs of a rural, critical-access hospital. This will change for the better the way we provide care.”