Physician Software Systems Announced as the Featured Exhibitor at the National Symposium on Anemia Renal Research

07/07/2019 – Bethesda, MD – The Medical Technology and Practice Patterns Institute (MTPPI – mtppi.org) announced that Physician Software Systems will participate as the Featured Exhibitor at the National Symposium on Anemia Renal Research ( www.RenalAnemiaResearch.org ). “Physician Software Systems has collaborated with the Mayo Clinic to turn innovative anemia management research into a practical clinical solution,” said Nicholas Hamilton-Cotter, Director of Development and Strategic Alliances at MTPPI. “We are excited that the attendees will have the chance to demo the PhySoftAMS product and meet the team working to bring individualized anemia management to all dialysis patients.”

About Physician Software Systems: Physician Software Systems is focused on improving patient outcomes through innovative technologies that facilitate the delivery of individualized medicine, reduce costs by eliminating generalized, protocol-based treatment, and transform the way healthcare is delivered. Our products lead the way in cost-effective patient care improvements. We partner with leading medical research institutions around the world to combine new concepts in individualized medicine with our technology expertise, under the guidance of a thought-leading Scientific Advisory Board.

About the Patient Research Agenda for Improved Kidney Care Outcomes (PRAIKCO) National Symposium: The National Symposium weekend ( www.RenalAnemiaResearch.org ) is the culmination of a two-year long initiative led by the Medical Technology and Practice Patterns Institute. The goal of the Symposium weekend is to compile an integrated list of research priorities and potential strategies to improve dialysis care in real-world, clinical settings.  Attendees will give recommendations for research questions while working towards consensus on priority topics, research design considerations, data collection strategies, reporting and dissemination channels, anemia management policy making opportunities, and patient education strategies. Final deliverables will be used to inform future research, policy, and clinical practice.

About the Medical Technology and Practice Patterns Institute, Inc. (MTPPI): Medical Technology and Practice Patterns Institute (MTPPI – mtppi.org) is a nonprofit organization established in 1986 to conduct research on the clinical and economic implications of health care technologies. MTPPI’s research is directed toward the formulation and implementation of local and national health care policies. With extensive investigator experience in both the public and private sectors, MTPPI’s staff designs, implements, and conducts a full range of healthcare research and technology development activities. Our staff includes statisticians, epidemiologists, economists, programmers, biomedical engineers, and policy analysts. We specialize in using big data to conduct “real-time”, “real-world” studies that are both affordable and useful for healthcare stakeholders.