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Indiana Hospitals Launch Clinical Reporting Service

July 10, 2008
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Saint Anthony Medical Center (Crown Point, Ind.), Saint Anthony Memorial (Michigan City, Ind.), and Saint Margaret Mercy (Hammond, Ind.) have selected the Indiana Health Information Exchange’s (IHIE) results delivery/clinical messaging service, DOCS4DOCS.

Indianapolis-based IHIE says the DOCS4DOCS service is a Web-based solution designed to deliver clinical reports such as transcription, radiology, and laboratory to physician offices, replacing traditional delivery systems such as courier and postal mail.

IHIE is a non-profit corporation formed by the Regenstrief Institute (Indianapolis), private hospitals, local and state health departments, BioCrossroads and other organizations in Indiana.



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