The Intermedix name has become a byword in the US for technology driven solutions and will be introducing its revolutionary WebEOC, the firm’s key software solution at the Clarion Congress Hotel in Prague, from 6-8 April on stand 5.
Each year EENA brings together emergency services, public authorities, researchers and industry representatives from around the world to share best practice and as the US market leader in incident management technology for more than ten years, Intermedix Corporation will be sharing its expertise in the field of emergency services.
In 2014, Intermedix acquired long time EENA supporter, Optima Corporation. Historically, Optima has presented its Optima Live and Optima Predict solutions at EENA; this year, Intermedix will showcase Optima Live and Optima Predict for the first time as part of the Intermedix suite of technologies.
“We are delighted to be showcasing our products at EENA this year,” said Intermedix Market Development Director, Ian Carr. “Our flagship WebEOC product is the ultimate crisis management tool and we are very much looking forward to introducing EENA delegates to what Intermedix has to offer.”
Trusted by federal and local government agencies in the US, Intermedix solutions are used in more than 25 countries worldwide as the backbone of crisis management software.
WebEOC has been at the heart of managing a host of major events, from President Obama’s Inauguration to major disasters like Hurricane Irene in 2015 and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 to name just two.
WebEOC is a fully integrated control hub, enabling all partner agencies involved in an incident to make informed decisions fast based on real time evidence. Its reliability and unrivalled functionality has made it the mainstay of civil contingency and emergency resilience and response.
“WebEOC is the market leader across much of the world and EENA is the perfect opportunity to start showing Europe what this software has to offer,” added Ian Carr.
“There is a common misconception that much of the technology people see on their TV screens is already used in Europe but that is not the case. The good news is that European emergency services can have tomorrow’s technology today. We know the industry faces complex and challenging questions and Intermedix has the answers.”
Intermedix delivers technology-enabled services and SaaS solutions to health care providers, government agencies and corporations. The company supports more than 15,000 health care providers with practice management, revenue cycle management and data analytic tools. Intermedix connects the world’s population with crisis management and emergency preparedness technologies.