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S&P Launches Cerner Optimization Service

July 30, 2008
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West Bridgewater, Mass.-based

S&P Consultants

, a company that provides consulting services to the clinical healthcare information industry with a concentration on Cerner (North Kansas City, Mo.) applications, has launched an HNA Millennium Clinical Application Optimization service.

According to the company, the application is designed to evaluate a client’s current use of each module, and help implement product enhancements to improve utilization of the Cerner Millennium PathNet modules, PharmNet, SurgiNet, and scheduling.

By using the optimization service, clients can gain access to departmental resources, obtain financial gains through resource re-allocation, and optimize both patient care processes and departmental workflow, says S&P.



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