introduces Medcordance, an EMR agnostic POLST eRegistry solution designed by physicians to securely create and seamlessly share POLST and other Advance Care Planning documents across transitions of care. Health-e-MedRecord’s proprietary Connected PHR technology enables patients to access and share their own health information from any EMR connected to the EMR Ecosystem. Designed by physicians who work in all areas of medicine (inpatient, outpatient, emergency department, surgery, administrative), Health-e-MedRecord places the patient at the center of a treatment team that can efficiently create and electronically share treatment plans, medication lists, outpatient clinical notes, and advance care planning documents, anywhere and anytime.
is not just a technology company. Health-e-MedRecord is proudly owned by practicing clinicians who were frustrated that existing health technology doesn’t make critical information readily available to providers that profoundly impacts patient care. HEMR’s philosophy is to build clinician-designed cloud-based technology that maximizes physician adoption and provides meaningful patient engagement. HEMR’s flagship product, Medcordance, is the manifestation of our commitment to align with the vision of the California Coalition for Compassionate Care to further POLST.
On December 29, 2017, HealtheMedRecord (HEMR) became certified by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services as the first Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for electronic POLST. HEMR has partnered with the Ventura County Medical Association to launch the nation’s first QCDR electronic POLST Registry powered by Medcordance. Starting in 2018, physicians can report electronic POLST submissions as a quality measure under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), in order to avoid Medicare’s payment penalties for failure of physician reporting under MIPS.
Carlo is a practicing emergency physician and president, CEO, and co-founder of Health-e- MedRecord. Upon graduating from Chicago Medical School in 1998, he was acknowledged as an Alpha Omega Alpha Honors student, and was granted the Board of Trustees Scholarship Award, given to the highest ranked medical student in the Clinical Sciences. After completing his 5-year dual-residency at UCLA in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, he became an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA. Carlo has served as the Vice Chief of Staff for Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks, California from 2012-2014. While working full-time as an emergency physician, Carlo attended Southwestern Law School, and was nationally recognized as an award-winning Brief writer at several Moot Court Competitions. Carlo continues to work as an emergency physician, is an attorney with Boyce Schaeffer Mainieri, LLP in Oxnard, California, and is an award-winning columnist with Emergency Medicine News, writing his own medical-legal column called “At Your Defense”. Carlo also serves as a board member for the Ventura County Medical Association, and is a member of the Ventura County Coalition for Compassionate Care. He routinely lectures for ACEP, AAP, and other national medical associations focusing on risk management, EMTALA, HIPAA, and other physician issues. In his spare time, he organizes medical missions to Honduras and arranges community outreach programs to teach “sidewalk CPR” and pediatric water safety.
A board certified physician in psychiatry and the medical director for the Military/PTSD Program at Vista del Mar Hospital in Ventura, California. She is the vice-president and co-founder of Health-e-MedRecord.
Chief Operating Officer for Health-e-MedRecord and President of Landmark Counsel, Inc. Jonathan has counseled on legal and business strategies for over twenty years. He has served as the chief legal officer for top public and private companies and, as such, has served as a key advisor to the entire C-suite and board of directors.
Erick is the Founder and CEO of Electronic Methods, as well as the Chief Technical Officer for Health-e-MedRecord. He has 15+ years of experience designing and programming software applications, as well as managing developer teams. Notable organizations he has worked for include UCLA, UC Berkeley, Cal State Northridge, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), Universal Records, Hollywood Bowl, the J. Paul Getty Trust, Luxottica, and Tioga.
Mandeep's background includes working with several different EHR interfaces, along with implementing scribe programs in emergency rooms throughout the United States. He will be entering his first year in medical school in the fall of 2014.
Scott is a practicing pediatric cardiologist and professor with tenure in Pediatrics at the University of Arizona. Scott’s many accomplishments include Alpha Omega Alpha while at University of Arizona medical school, a “Best Doctors in America” recognition since 2002, and has served as Chief of Staff for the University Medical Center. His academic career includes substantial research in genetics analysis of congenital heart defects, multi-modality cardiovascular imaging, translational research, and tele-health. He has lectured internationally in the field of pediatric cardiology.
Matt is a practicing Emergency Physician and Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at UCLA School of Medicine. He is also a managing partner at Antelope Valley Medical Associates in Lancaster, California. Matt is the director for Emergency Dept. Information Systems at Antelope Valley Hospital. Matt also has extensive international medicine experience, having provided both medical assistance and emergency medicine training throughout the world, including Myanmar, the Philippines, Ghana, Peru, and Guatemala.
Gil is a practicing Emergency Physician and an Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. He also serves as the Chief Medical Information Officer for Keck Medicine of USC, and was previously the Director of Clinical Informatics at Baylor. He has extensive experience in physician education and the implementation of EMR in various hospital systems. He is a Diplomate of both the American Board of Emergency medicine and the American Board of Preventative Medicine, in Clinical Informatics.
Vince is a practicing pediatric emergency physician and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. He serves as the Associate Division Head, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Vince obtained an Executive Masters of Health Administration at USC. His extensive academic experience includes editorships for several pediatric emergency medicine books and journals, including Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice. He has researched extensively in various clinical topics related to pediatric emergency medicine, including the use of technology in the ED setting.