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Artifact Health Expanded to Include Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida


Artifact mobile query solution makes it easier for physicians to ensure accuracy of patient medical records.

Artifact Health, which provides the first and only mobile platform that streamlines the physician query process, announced today that Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida deployed Artifact’s mobile query solution integrated with the hospital’s Epic electronic medical record (EMR) system.

Four years ago, Artifact Health announced [its collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine](/post/johns-hopkins-collaboration-announcement) to bring to market Artifact’s innovative, cloud-based mobile application for physicians that helps CDI specialists and medical coders capture a more complete picture of a patient’s health. After a successful pilot, Artifact was deployed to the five hospitals within the Johns Hopkins Medicine system in the Baltimore/D.C. region in early 2017.

“We are excited to expand upon years of collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine by adding Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital,” says Marisa MacClary, co-founder and CEO of Artifact Health. “The platform will give providers a convenient and easy-to-use technology to reduce administrative burden and help ensure high-quality, comprehensive clinical documentation.”

**About Artifact Health**
Artifact Health streamlines the physician query process to help hospitals and physician practices improve the quality of patient medical records and the accuracy of coded data for proper reimbursement and quality reporting. A mobile interface makes it easier for physicians to respond to queries anytime, anywhere. Artifact works alongside existing CDI software and integrates with EMR systems so that physician responses generate addenda in the record. For more information, please visit