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Provation, a software provider of procedure documentation and clinical decision support solutions, has announced that its cloud-based platform, Provation Apex, has been named a finalist for the Minnesota Technology Association’s 2020 Tekne Awards.

Provation is one of three finalists selected by the judges to advance in the Healthcare Information Systems category.

The award’s website says this category:

Recognizes new approaches or advancements in digital systems that capture, process, transmit, report, or otherwise manage health data and activities. This includes electronic patient records and other data related to the activities of providers and health organizations, all with an eye towards improving patient outcomes, informing research, and influencing public policy and decision-making.

Representatives from the Minnesota Technology Association announced the finalists in every Tekne Awards category September 30 during a virtual ceremony.

“We are honored to join the Minnesota-based science and technology organizations selected as finalists for the Tekne Awards,” Provation CEO Daniel Hamburger said. “This recognition, especially in this category, highlights the culmination of the countless hours spent across our organization cultivating Provation Apex from an idea into the industry-leading medical productivity software clinicians trust.”

The Tekne Awards winners will be announced virtually on November 18.

Healthcare professionals use Provation Apex to create clinically accurate, coder-ready, electronic procedure notes, patient charts and more. The software as a service (SaaS) platform is developed and maintained by Provation’s physicians and clinical software experts, which comes standard with:

  • Smart (predictive) and easy-to-use workflows, powered by AI
  • Easy to navigate deep medical content for quick, accurate documentation
  • Customizable templates that are easy to create, modify and save on-the-fly
  • Safe and secure data with best in class certifications (ISO27001, SOC2, HIPAA)
  • Structured data for easy performance and quality reporting
  • HL7 Interoperability with most EHRs, imaging devices and IT systems

There are currently two solutions within the Provation Apex platform, Provation Apex Procedure Documentation for physicians, and Provation Apex Patient Charting for nurses, anesthesiologists and other care team members. When combined, these solutions optimize clinical efficiency for the entire care team from pre-op through post-op recovery and follow-up. Provation Apex is available now for gastroenterology (GI), with other specialties and workflows under development.




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