Pittsburgh, PA , August 6, 2008 - Phoenix Health Systems, Inc. (Phoenix), a national provider of healthcare strategic consulting, information technology outsourcing and revenue cycle management services has received Carnegie Mellon University's eSCM-SP (e-Sourcing Capability Model for Service Providers) certification.
The certification and compliance effort was spearheaded by Phoenix's site at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (CHP). Phoenix is the first outsourcing Information Services provider in the United States to have acquired eSCM Capability Level 2 certification and Phoenix's site at CHP is the first Healthcare Information Services provider in the world to have achieved this distinction.
The scope of the certification includes Helpdesk, Desktop, Application, Integration, Project and Portfolio Management, Infrastructure, Network Services, and Information Security. The evaluation was conducted onsite by Anantara Solutions, an ITSqc Authorized Organization.
Full press release is available from Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
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