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Intermedix Newsroom

    Next Generation of National Mutual Aid System Launches in Four States

    FAIRFAX, Va., REDLANDS, Calif. and NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), Esri and the Intermedix Preparedness Division, soon to be Juvare, announced today that beta testing of the new National Mutual Aid System (NMAS) will begin in four states.

    Intermedix to Spin Off Emergency Preparedness and Response Division

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. and ATLANTA  Intermedix today announced it will spin off its Emergency Preparedness and Response Division following the completion of the sale of its healthcare RCM, practice management and analytics business lines to R1 RCM Inc. (NASDAQ:RCM).

    Intermedix cited as a Sample Vendor in Recent Gartner Hype Cycle Reports

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix, a leader in the emergency management and preparedness industry, was listed as a sample vendor in two industries for its crisis/emergency management platforms and in one industry for crisis/incident management within three Hype Cycle reports published by Gartner.

    Intermedix and Rave Mobile Safety Expand Partnership to Enhance Incident Management for Higher Education

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. and FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – Intermedix and Rave Mobile Safety announced Tuesday a new partnership integrating the companies’ emergency notification and crisis information management platforms to increase incident management and communications efforts across higher education institutions.

    Intermedix Announces New Emergency Preparedness Offering to Support Colleges and Universities

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Intermedix preparedness division announced Tuesday the release of eICS for Higher Education, a web-based incident management system that provides emergency management teams at universities and colleges, with enhanced visibility into resource availability and the capabilities needed to manage notifications during incidents taking place across an educational institution.

    Bob Watson Joins Intermedix to Lead Emergency Preparedness Division

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix announced on Wednesday that Bob Watson will lead the company’s system division as president of preparedness technology.

    Intermedix Brings Over 400 Health and Safety Professionals to Nashville for 2017 Summit

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix Corporation brought over 400 physicians and disaster preparedness officials from the local, state and federal levels to Nashville this week for the company’s 2017 summit conference which took place Tuesday through Thursday at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

    City of Pittsburgh Prepares for a Severe Air Quality Incident Using Predictive Analytics Technology

    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The City of Pittsburgh was joined Monday by representatives from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health and Intermedix to host an emergency preparedness resilience workshop as a part of the ONEPGH initiative, which is a partnership with 100 Resilient Cities- Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation.

    The three organizations put on a daylong workshop at the university aimed at exploring how emergency response technology would work with predictive simulations to prepare the region for an air quality combined with a heat wave disaster the magnitude of the killer Donora smog event in 1948.

    Latest Software Update from Intermedix Enables Health Care Providers and Public Health Agencies to Track Patients in Virtually Any Situation

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix latest software release provides users with increased flexibility when tracking patients and assets during major events and daily operations.    

    Latest WebEOC Update Provides Advanced Mapping Capabilities for Emergency Management

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix Corporation introduced Wednesday comprehensive and user-friendly mapping capabilities to its latest version of WebEOC

    This mapping functionality was developed specifically for WebEOC, the industry-leading incident management software, to respond to emergency managers’ needs and allow them to better visualize crisis information data during an emergency. The new series of features that have been introduced seamlessly integrate with WebEOC’s existing software to offer improved workflows and better data visualization.

    The new easy-to-use map-based interface, gives users the ability to leverage several useful tools that make navigating and analyzing operational impacts much simpler. Users can quickly view and edit board points, and draw lines, circles or polygon shapes on the maps they create to highlight and identify areas in need.

    “Customization and self-services capabilities have become critical necessities when it comes to the utilization of maps in crisis situations,” said John Heinen, senior vice president of emergency preparedness solutions at Intermedix. “Our clients now have access to mapping solutions that give them more control, better visibility and allow them to more effectively coordinate response activities during urgent situations.”

    The new mapping capability is now a standard offering when current users upgrade to WebEOC 8.3. Those who need even more advanced and all-encompassing mapping abilities can chose to upgrade to the Maps Add-On functionality. The Maps Add-On offers modern, cutting-edge tools that allow users to create an unlimited number of maps, apply custom icons to correspond to their organizational or industry standards and manage various map layers to better control how various information and external data is being consumed.

    The Maps Add-On will also leverage and support the Esri ArcGIS mapping technology that has been integrated with WebEOC through the ArcGIS Extension for WebEOC.

    Through the Maps Add-on, WebEOC has the ability to consume published Esri Map and Feature services, and will lay the groundwork for enhancing the ArcGIS Extension by integrating new data types and features, such as creating lines and polygons, into the product’s functionality once it has received the appropriate upgrades.

    “Our partnership with Esri has resulted in substantial strides in our efforts to improve our visual representation of data,” said Joel Portice, CEO of Intermedix. “The release of our new mapping capabilities represents the future of crisis mapping, and will have a significant impact on the emergency management industry moving forward.”

    Current users have immediate access to download the 8.3 release of WebEOC and experience the new mapping capabilities.