News Article | December 28, 2016
Join Core Solutions and OPEN MINDS for this online event on January 10 at 2:00pm ET to learn the importance of data visualization and how to effectively communicate using data GETTYSBURG, PA--(Marketwired - December 28, 2016) - It is no secret that the future of health care delivery is centered on integration and collaboration. To holistically improve the consumer experience and service outcomes while reducing costs, it is critical that payers and health care providers streamline consumer access and revenue cycle operations. As with most aspects of today's turbulent health care system, there are pros and cons to every approach. The case for streamlining scheduling and billing includes managing the move from siloed care delivery models to aligned entities that share a common goal to improve patient health outcomes, as well as supporting enhanced reporting and analytics insights. This means ensuring organizations are data-driven and their goals are tied back to data in some way. With an industry filled with data intensive organizations, it is up to those organizations and their teams to bridge the gap between the data collected and those who can learn and benefit from it. To find out how to effectively communicate using your data, join Ravi Ganesan, President of Core Solutions Inc. for, "Secrets To Telling Your Story With Data," on January 10th at 2:00pm ET. This executive web briefing will explore the importance of data visualization, or the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format, to enhance reporting and analytics insights. During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees will: To learn more about this executive web briefing, or take advantage of free online registration, please visit: https://www.openminds.com/event/secrets-telling-story-data/ All registrants will receive (at no charge and regardless of attendance) a recording of the webinar and an electronic copy of the presentation slides at its conclusion. Core Solutions, Inc. is the progressive leader in transforming the behavioral, medical and social services experience for behavioral health providers, consumers and state agencies. Core Solutions, Inc.'s Integrated Behavioral Health EHR platform, Cx360, allows for the improvement of the provider, consumer, and payer relationship through increased consumer-centric collaboration which results in improved outcomes. This is accomplished through our ability to simplify the end-to-end behavioral health experience, deliver integrated care coordination, improve consumer engagement and streamline accurate provider reimbursement. Learn more at http://coresolutionsinc.com/. OPEN MINDS is a national strategic advisory firm specializing in the sectors of the health and human service industry serving individuals with complex support needs: mental health; addiction treatment; children & family services; intellectual & developmental disabilities; chronic disease management; long term care; social services; correctional health care, reentry & diversion; and juvenile justice. Founded in 1987 and based in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the 75+ associates believe by providing the latest market intelligence and management best practices to organizations serving the health and social support needs of the most vulnerable consumers, those organizations will be better able to provide efficient and effective services. Learn more at www.openminds.com.
News Article | February 28, 2017
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After nearly two years of research, Alternative Family Services (AFS) announced the selection of Core Solutions, Inc., a leader in providing Electronic Health Record (EHR) software to the health and human services industry, to configure and implement Cx360, an enterprise Electronic Health Record platform. AFS—a foster, adoption and mental health agency— upholds a commitment to building sustainable relationships surrounding children and youths in and out of foster care through four distinct, accredited areas of service: “ We currently have 6 different systems for managing clients and our program tracking and reporting needs. Cx360 will allow us to track clients across programs, better integrate our services and, most importantly, allow direct line staff to effectivity work in the field and spend more time with clients and less time filling out paperwork,” said Jeff DuBois, Director of Special Projects for AFS. “ At Core Solutions, we recognize that usability is a major factor in driving the adoption and meaningful use of EHR systems,” said Ravi Ganesan, President and CEO of Core Solutions. “ We are thrilled that AFS has acknowledged Cx360’s ease of use and has entrusted Core to partner with them to help further their business needs and continue to provide better care for children and their families.” Core Solutions, Inc. (Core) is a progressive leader in providing Electronic Health Records software to government, non-profit and commercial entities in the health and human services industry. Core is a mission driven organization with the goal of improving the lives of individuals and families receiving behavioral health services through better technology. Our strategy for achieving this mission is through a “Better EHR Experience.” Learn more at www.coresolutionsinc.com. Alternative Family Services is a foster, adoption and mental health agency serving thousands of foster children, youth and families in California since 1978. For more information, visit: www.afs4kids.org.
News Article | December 4, 2016
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 04, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Allscripts (NASDAQ:MDRX) announced today its acquisition of Core Medical Solutions, a recognised healthcare IT software leader with a strong presence in both Victoria and Western Australia. This acquisition significantly increases Allscripts global offerings, and builds upon its commitment to delivering the most advanced solutions in Australia, which support proactive care management for clinicians and consumers of care alike. Allscripts now provides solutions to more than 85 hospitals in the country. Core Medical Solutions’ strong national reputation has been built from a deep understanding of the Australian hospital environment and the development of BOSSnet, a robust clinical information system. “Our acquisition by Allscripts empowers us to continue to provide Australian hospitals with the solutions they need to enhance their healthcare delivery and responsiveness. Australian hospitals will be able to deliver improved clinical care as we integrate with Allscripts’ innovative products, including Sunrise PAS and EMR module, as well as EMR-agnostic population health solutions including dbMotion™,” said Rohan Ward, Co-Founder of Core Medical Solutions. Allscripts builds open, connected communities of health. Its solutions enable smarter care, delivered with greater precision, for healthier patients, communities and populations. Allscripts offers a breadth of solutions for hospitals and health systems in Australia, including Sunrise™. Sunrise is an integrated platform for acute care, ambulatory care and revenue cycle that is highly configurable and built on an open platform. It enables enhanced care coordination, workflows, connecting documentation, orders, patient issues and care-planning events through its number-one-rated, highly intuitive user interface. “Core Medical Solutions has outstanding market presence, reputation, clients and extensive technical and practical knowledge of the Australian market, and is a great fit to the Allscripts family,” said David Chambers, Allscripts Managing Director. Core Medical Solutions will continue to be based in Adelaide, South Australia, and will operate as an Allscripts subsidiary. This transaction is not currently material to Allscripts financial results. About Core Medical Solutions Core Medical Solutions (CMS) is an Adelaide-based company founded in 2001 to deliver industry leading electronic medical record (EMR) solutions throughout Australia. Our strong reputation has been built from a deep understanding of the Australian hospital environment and its collective goal of transitioning from paper-based medical records to electronic medical records. We support Australian hospitals in their journey towards effective EMR solutions. Our flagship system, BOSSnet is a comprehensive, customisable, robust and affordable suite of software applications, providing an innovative, flexible and powerful EMR solution. BOSSnet is also an intuitive and adaptive EMR which makes daily clinical practice easier by enabling greater speed and quality in capturing and distributing health information. To learn more visit: http://www.coremedicalsolutions.com About Allscripts Allscripts (NASDAQ:MDRX) is a leader in healthcare information technology solutions that advance clinical, financial and operational results. Our innovative solutions connect people, places and data across an Open, Connected Community of Health™. Connectivity empowers caregivers to make better decisions and deliver better care for healthier populations. To learn more, visit www.allscripts.com, Twitter, YouTube and It Takes A Community: The Allscripts Blog. Allscripts, the Allscripts logo, and other Allscripts marks are trademarks of Allscripts Healthcare, LLC and/or its affiliates. All other products are trademarks of their respective holders, all rights reserved. Reference to these products is not intended to imply affiliation with or sponsorship of Allscripts Healthcare, LLC and/or its affiliates.
Meyer E.J.,Core Solutions |
Meyer E.J.,University of Pretoria |
Craig I.K.,University of Pretoria
Minerals Engineering | Year: 2010
Often the most difficult step in establishing a control system is the development of a suitable dynamic process model. As such a model is not available elsewhere, a first principle dynamic mathematical model was developed for a coal dense medium separation circuit. Each unit operation was modelled individually and then integrated together to form a complete non-linear state-space model for the circuit. This model was used to simulate the process and it was validated using real process data derived from a plant experiment. When developing models from first principles, it is necessary to estimate the model parameters. These parameters, specifically for non-linear state-space relationships, require a unique solution. A parameter identifiability method was used to show that the non-linear dynamic models developed have unique parameters for a specific set of input-output data. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Core Solutions | Date: 2013-10-24
A system for sorting electronic messages having at least one computer to execute instructions stored on a computer-readable medium. The system scans a message in order to identify terms in the message listed in a first database and provides a message score to the received message based on the presence of any identified terms. At least one action is taken if the first message score is higher or lower than a certain value. If the first message score is higher than a second message score of a second message, then the first message is ranked more important than the second message. Messages may be placed within a score-ranged category. The message score may be determined by combining the weights of identified terms. Terms identified in the received message may be compared with terms in a second database. The received message is preferably put into at least one of at least two categories including a first category for incoming messages with matched and identified terms.
Core Solutions | Date: 2012-01-24
COMPUTER SOFTWARE TO AUTOMATE DATA WAREHOUSING AND FOR USE IN DATABASE MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF BUSINESS INFORMATION. COMPUTERIZED DATABASE MANAGEMENT. PROVIDING TEMPORARY USE OF ON-LINE NON-DOWNLOADABLE SOFTWARE TO AUTOMATE DATA WAREHOUSING AND FOR USE IN DATABASE MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF BUSINESS INFORMATION.
Core Solutions | Date: 2012-01-31
Computer software for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care, and user manuals sold therewith as a unit. data management services, namely, computerized database management. Computer services, namely, providing on-line non-downloadable software on a global computer network for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care; application service provider (ASP) featuring software for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care; design, development and implementation of software for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care; development of software for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care; computer software consulting in the field of software for use in data and database management and legal compliance in the field of special education and child care; database development services; computer software development; data warehousing; design, development and implementation of software.
Core Solutions | Date: 2013-04-09
News Article | July 10, 2015
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Loyola Recovery Foundation, an organization that provides addiction services to Veterans and their families, announced the selection of Core Solutions, Inc. to configure and implement Cx360, an enterprise Electronic Health Records (EHR) platform. This selection was made after an extensive review of EHR solutions. Loyola’s leadership team identified Core Solutions’ Cx360 as the best fit to help the organization achieve its EHR objectives of improving care coordination, information sharing and improving process efficiencies. The modern architecture of the solution and its intuitive interface will allow Loyola to realize these objectives, while supporting its unique care delivery model. “With Core Solutions, we discovered a solution in Cx360 that stood apart from other EHR options available,” said George Basher, CEO at Loyola Recovery Foundation. “We looked long and hard at a number of possible EHR solutions. Cx360 provided the most flexibility and offers us an excellent product with the behavioral health focus we require.” “We are truly honored to work with an industry leader like Loyola and support their honorable mission to provide services to veterans and their families,” said Rachna Bagdi, Chief Operating Officer at Core Solutions. Since 2007, Loyola Recovery Foundation has been dedicated to offering addiction crisis services to Veterans, their families and to community members who need care. Motivated by a special concern for American Veterans suffering from chemical dependency and their families, Loyola Recovery Foundation offers a welcoming environment of hope, trust, education, support and healing. Learn more at www.loyolarecovery.org. Core Solutions, Inc. (Core) is a progressive leader in providing Electronic Health Records software to government, non-profit and commercial entities in the health and human services industry. Core is a mission driven organization with the goal of improving the lives of individuals and families receiving behavioral health services through better technology. Our strategy for achieving this mission is through a “Better EHR Experience.” Talk with Core Solutions today to learn more about out-of-the-box functionality that meets the unique needs of your behavioral health organization while supporting adoption among your clinicians. Learn more at www.coresolutionsinc.com.