Research Triangle Park, NC and Las Vegas, NV. December 1, 2003.
Mi-Co, the mobile data capture company, announced today that Chris DiPierro, Mi-Co's HL7 Project Director, has successfully completed all requirements of the Health Level seven Control Certification Program and Test and has attained the distinction of being certified as an HL7 V2.4 Control Specialist.
"Mi-Co's HL7 program is extremely important to our growing list of customers in the health care segment," said Greg Clary, chief technology officer of Mi-Co, "and Chris' continued leadership in the HL7 arena represents an important element in serving these customers."
As part of the certification program, DiPierro completed three courses on HL7 including a course on Version 2 Implementation Control Review and another course on Version 2 Implementation Using the Messaging Workbench Tool. These courses were held in Las Vegas, NV on November 11 and 12, 2004 and conducted by the Education Committee of the Health Level Seven Board of Directors.
Mi-Co, the mobile data capture company, provides digital writing software to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the entire process of capturing and using data. Mi-Co's end-to-end enterprise Mi-Forms Software System enables flexible forms design and the capture, handwriting verification and communication of forms based and free-form pen-on-paper data for enterprise users. Mi-Forms supports enterprise data capture using the Tablet PC, the Logitech io Digital Pen, the Pocket PC and signature capture devices. Mi-Co's vertical markets for the Mi-Forms Software include healthcare and pharmaceuticals, financial services, public safety, and governmental services, and Mi-Co has a growing number of customers in these segments. Mi-Co is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. For more information on Mi-Co, visit www.mi-corporation.com.
Founded in 1987, Health Level Seven, Inc. (www.HL7.org) is a not-for-profit, ANSI-accredited standards developing organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive framework and related standards for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information that supports clinical practice and the management, delivery and evaluation of health services. The federal government has recently adopted HL7 messaging standards as part of the President's eGov initiatives. HL7's 2,000 members represent over 500 corporate members, including 90 percent of the largest information systems vendors serving healthcare.