Health Monitoring Systems makes the difference when time matters most.

Health Monitoring Systems

At Health Monitoring Systems (HMS), our goal is to provide Public Health officials with the tools that enhance their ability to safeguard the health of the communities they serve.

Our Community Health Surveillance service, EpiCenter analyzes healthcare data in real time using a software-as-a-service approach. Over 700 health departments, ambulatory and urgent care facilities, and hospitals nationwide utilize EpiCenter.

No onsite software or hardware is required to utilize EpiCenter, and HMS provides automatic system updates and ensures the security of all identifiable patient information.

When the system discovers a potential health threat, an immediate notification is sent to public health authorities.

Commitment to Service

HMS’ team of industry professionals understands the importance of collecting and utilizing the information gleaned from public health data. Our management team is comprised of industry experts with backgrounds in information technology, software engineering, public health, and business management.

The software development and client relations staff consists of technologists, experts in healthcare and nursing, PhD level researchers, and software professionals. This combination of experience creates a unique blend of talent that benefits our clients.

Contact us today to discuss how HMS can help you to better manage and ensure your community’s health.

 

Pittsburgh's Health Monitoring Systems to Provide Public Health Outbreak Surveillance at Super Bowl
With cruise ship norovirus making headlines, it’s easy to realize that an influx of people into a large venue can cause a potential health emergency. Tens of thousands of spectators will pack New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl this weekend—during one of the most frigid periods in the region’s history—and Health Monitoring Systems is providing sophisticated outbreak monitoring software that allows the State of New Jersey to quickly identify and react to any public health crisis that could arise.
 
HMS Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune Review
"Last week, Health Monitoring Systems added the Pennsylvania Department of Health to its growing list of a dozen state-agency customers and about 550 hospitals nationwide using its health surveillance and monitoring service. The home-state deal adds to the company's claim as the nation's largest provider of community-health surveillance." Read the full article in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review Online.
 
Pittsburgh's Health Monitoring Systems Helping New Jersey Department of Health Monitor Effects of Superstorm Nemo

(Pittsburgh, PA)—While Superstorm Nemo is only expected to produce an inch of snow in Pittsburgh, areas to our north and east are bracing for the worst. North Side based Health Monitoring Systems is helping public health officials in New Jersey, which is preparing for 12-18 inches of snow, to proactively monitor this potential public health emergency.

 
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