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Engage, a division of Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS), continues to assist customers in overcoming attestation obstacles.

Defying the national trend of only 1.5 percent of eligible hospitals attesting in 2014, St. Elizabeth Hospital in Enumclaw, Wash. achieved Meaningful Use Stage 2 using MEDITECH technology.

Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center in Odessa, Wash. is the first Critical Access Hospital (CAH) to successfully attest to Stage 2 of the Meaningful Use electronic health record (EHR) incentive program using MEDITECH information program using MEDITECH Information Technology, Inc. administered by Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS).

Thirteen hospitals using health information technology solutions from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) once again earned the distinction of being among the most technologically-advanced hospitals in the country in Hospitals and Health Networks' '100 Most Wired' 2014 list.

July 29 2013 Chicago IL 2013-07-29 480 359 HIMSS Analytics announced that St. Elizabeth Hospital (SEH), in Enumclaw, Wash., has received a Stage 7 award. The award represents attainment of the highest level on the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model? (EMRAM), which is

July 10 2013 Nicole Stewart 509.232.8131 stewarn@inhs.org Spokane WA 2013-07-10 480 359 Spokane, WA – Eighteen hospitals utilizing health information technology solutions from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) once again earned the distinction of being among the most te

July 11 2012 Nicole Stewart (509) 232-8131 StewarN@inhs.org Spokane WA 2012-07-11  Spokane, WA – Sixteen hospitals utilizing health information technology solutions from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) have once again earned the distinction of being among the most tech

Twelve hospitals using certified technology solutions and consulting services from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) are among the first in Washington state to successfully attest and receive payment notice through the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program for meeting Meaningful Use Stage 1 criteria.

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) Partners with Social Security Administration in the Electronic Disability Benefits Eligibility Determination Project to Automate Claims Processing through the Nationwide Health Information Network Exchange

Inland Northwest Health Services to Provide PrimeSUITE Implementation, Hosting and Service Within Hospital Systems and Physician Practices.

Nineteen hospitals utilizing health information technology solutions from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) have earned the distinction of being among the most technologically advanced hospitals in the country...

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) partners with Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs and participating providers to enable health information sharing for Servicemembers and Veterans

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) announced the 2010 INHS Health Information Technology Leadership Awards, recognizing two Washington hospitals Othello Community Hospital in Othello, WA and Coulee Medical Center in Grand Coulee, WA. Awards were presented

As of August 1, 2010, just 2.6 percent of the more than 5,000 U.S. hospitals tracked by HIMSS Analytics had reached Stage 6 on its Electronic Medical Record Adoption ModelSM (EMRAM)Grand CouleeWA2010 09 07HIMSS Analytics announced Coulee

Othello Community Hospital, an Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) networked facility, has been recognized by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Analytics as achieving...

The states of Idaho and Washington will soon benefit from the award of $12,846,482 in federal funds to establish a Health Information Technology

Twenty-one regional hospitals that utilize health information technology solutions from Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) earned the distinction of being among the most technologically advanced in the nation.

Providing accurate and timely health information for patients is becoming easier for health care providers at Eastern Washington State Hospital (ESH). ESH recently connected to the expansive health information network operated and managed by Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS). Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) announced the 2008 INHS Health Information Technology Awards. The awards recognized two hospitals, a physician group and an individual for outstanding health information technology and were presented at

Regional Projects in Spokane, Cashmere and Bellingham to Explore Patients Accessing Online Health Information Using Community based Solutions in Conjunction with Microsoft HealthVault and Google Health. Starting in early 2009, more than 18,000 Washingtonians in three

Connecting physicians and patients through wired and wireless networks earned 18 regional hospitals the distinction of being among the most technologically advanced hospitals in the country, according

Spokane Community College and Inland Northwest Health Services’ (INHS) Information Resources Management (IRM) division are partnering to introduce Meditech, an electronic health record system used by over 2,000 hospitals throughout the United States, Canada and the

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