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Citius Tech Launches BI-Clinical MUSE for Advanced "Meaningful Use" Reporting and Data Submission, and Performance Management for Healthcare ISVs
Date:3/1/2010

SARASOTA, Florida, March 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Citius Tech, a leading provider of healthcare technology solutions and services, announced today the launch of BI-Clinical MUSE - an enhanced version of its healthcare business intelligence framework - BI-Clinical - for "Meaningful Use" Analytics & Reporting compliance.

The BI-Clinical framework provides an integrated approach for clinical, operational, financial and regulatory performance management in healthcare for hospitals, physician practices and managed care organizations - covering over 600 measures. BI-Clinical hospital module includes acute care reporting (e.g., AMI, pneumonia and stroke) and measures for CMS, JCAHO, P4P, and NCQA. Similarly, BI-Clinical physician practice module includes registry-based reporting for chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, COPD, CAD as well as measures for PQRI and DOQ-IT.

The recent "meaningful use" requirements published by HHS mandate clinical quality repo
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