InXite Health Systems CEO, James Paat, has gained the attention of the media. Recently, he was a guest on The Spectrum with Colleen Marshall. He NBC4I news team visited the InXite Health Systems corporate headquarters to see exactly how the INXITE® data platform works. They were amazed at the difference this makes for patients and providers. James was a guest on the how and he shared how the data platform empowers the patient to decide how their records are shared with medical providers. The discussion also talked about how Medicaid and Medicare are searching for solutions to the management of healthcare records and the INXITE® platform is a solution to their problem.
The Columbus Dispatch also did a feature story on InXite Health Systems and how CEO James Paat has been invited to showcase the INXITE® data platform at the White House. Paat has already met with government officials in Washington, DC and will soon be returning to showcase the INXITE® platform and how it can help implement the White Hose MyHealthEData initiative. MyHealthEData was launched last year by the White House with participation from various agencies, including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Department of Veterans Affairs. The aim is to give patients control of their data and be able to share it with providers.
The INXITE® platform does just that. “It collects patient health-care data from various sources and gives providers access so each has a complete picture of that patient.” Paat said. “INXITE® has the ability to access data from health-care networks with massive IT departments, independent doctors with small electronic records systems and even providers who keep patient information on paper,” Paat added.
The goal is to change the current health-care paradigm to focus on patients and engage them to manage their health.
“The idea is that by empowering the patient and having the patient be engaged with their own health care, they’re the ones making the right decisions, they’re the ones improving health outcomes and lowering costs, so that’s the big shift,” Paat said.
The article also highlighted where InXite Health Systems is working on projects with insurers, providers and coalitions addressing rural health care in Tennessee and Native American care in Arizona. There is also interest from Mexico, China and India. The arenas are limitless for InXite Health Systems.
Paat is working on projects with insurers, providers and coalitions addressing rural health care in Tennessee and Native American care in Arizona. He has interest from Mexico, China and India.
“It’s very exciting to be where we are right now, because ultimately we’re making an impact,” he said. “We’re making an impact on people’s lives. We’re saving lives.”