Trusted Guidance in
Health IT Software Consulting, Compliance, and Audits
<span>Trusted Guidance</span> in<br> Health IT Software Consulting, Compliance, and Audits

Quandary Peak provides expert oversight and guidance regarding software quality,
governance, and best practices in the complex and evolving Health IT landscape.

Leading companies, law firms, and the federal government trust Quandary Peak in matters relating to Health IT,
life sciences and medical device regulations, technical standards, product development, and best practices
in software and IT quality, security, governance, and risk management.

We Serve Federal, State,
and Local Agencies
healthit
dohhs
cfpb
doj

EHR, Health IT Vendors, Pharma, Life Sciences, Hospitals,
Research, Law Firms, and more

eclinicalworks
nextgen
greenwayhealth
mednax
integraconnect
syneos
akorn
teva
amneal
drreddys
mylan
sunpharma
nch
madriver
parrish
boundless
medstarhealth
fitbit
accenture
ge
wipro
norc
secureanchor
bsf
susmangodfrey
grayrobinson
hoganlovells
ropesgray

How can we help?

Contact us today to find out how we can best serve you and your clients.

Call one of our experts for a free consultation.

888‑959‑9639
Expert Witness

Our health IT experts are highly proficient in
a range of
technologies and systems.

Healthcare IT Regulations

We understand the challenges of correctly applying ONC’s programs for certified Health IT (Meaningful Use) and other regulations.

Quality & Risk
Management Processes

We excel at applying process-based standards like ISO 13485 and ISO 14971 to Electronic Health Record software.

Clinical Safety Best Practices

Our experts understand best practices in delivering clinical IT systems such as ePrescribing and clinical decisions support.

Medical Vocab and Interoperability

We know medical vocabularies and standards such as SNOMED, LOINC, HL7, FHIR, NCPDP, and others.

Next-Gen Health IT Systems

We consult for improving quality, safety, and effectiveness of Health IT systems through leading methodologies and latest research.


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