Professional Healthcare IT Services
J P Systems, Inc. was founded in 1983 by Jackie Mulrooney. She started by providing IT data architecture design services and implementation. In 1998, Galen Mulrooney joined the company, and the focus changed to Federal Healthcare IT from Defense. JPSys is an award-winning certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) and a prime contractor to the Federal government. We provide professional services for enterprise-wide coordination of Federal Healthcare IT clinical data exchange including HL7 data standards development, standardized reference terminologies, clinical data quality improvement, stakeholder engagement, communications, and data architecture. Patient safety requires that clinical data moves at the speed of care. Proper data interoperability planning enables the clinical data to move safely and reliably.
Our mission is to improve clinical data usability, quality, and interoperability to support Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems through data architecture, data quality improvement, HL7 standards development, standardized reference clinical terminologies, and data management services.
OUR QUALITY POLICY
J P Systems has established this quality policy to be consistent with the purpose and context of our organization. It provides a framework for the setting and review of objectives in addition to our commitment to satisfy applicable customer, regulatory and legislative requirements, and our commitment to continually improve our management system.
Customer focus: As an organization, we have made a commitment to understand our current and potential customers’ needs, meet their requirements, and strive to exceed their expectations.
Leadership: Our leadership team has committed to creating and maintaining a working environment in which people become fully involved in achieving our objectives. Engagement of people: As an organization, we recognize that people are the essence of any good business and that their full involvement enables their abilities to be used for our benefit. Process approach: As an organization, we understand that a desired result is achieved more efficiently when activities and related resources are managed as a process or series of interconnected processes.
Improvement: We have committed to achieving continual improvement across all aspects of our quality management system; it is one of our main annual objectives. Evidence-based decision making: As an organization, we have committed to make decisions relating to our QMS following an analysis of relevant data.
Relationship Management: We recognize that an organization and the relationship it has with its external providers are interdependent and a mutually beneficial relationship enhances the ability of both to create value. Our policy is also to meet the requirements of other interested parties and to address our regulatory and legislative responsibilities.
WHY HEALTHCARE DATA NEEDS TO MOVE
Clinical data must move at the speed of care. This video is a personal story of why clinical data exchange is so important to us at JPSys. In 2003, nursing homes did not communicate properly with hospitals to ensure continuity of care for patients. The prescriptions from the hospital did not transmit to the nursing homes and patients had to wait to be seen by the doctor before they could be given any medications. As a result of the data not traveling with them, the patients would go into withdrawal from not being able to get their medicine in a timely manner.
Federal Healthcare IT Professional Services
Since 1983, we have helped our Federal clients to better define and design their enterprise data architectures.
Our focus is on data architecture for Federal healthcare IT systems. We specialize in professional services for data management and planning to support the meaningful clinical data exchange between enterprises. We provide consulting services for all aspects of data interoperability, including standardized clinical terminologies.
Better Data, Better Patient Care, Better Outcomes