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WellStar Health Taps Connectivity Solution

February 25, 2010
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WellStar Health System, an integrated network located in Marietta, Ga., is deploying CareAlign Solution from Nashville-based

Informatics Corporation of America (ICA), the company says.

According to ICA, the implementation will enable WellStar to connect internal and external healthcare data sources, aggregate data, and convert it into usable information across the continuum of care, while providing actionable information to the physician base through an intuitive portal. The organization will also utilize the solution’s analytics capabilities to provide better care and improve overall health, it touts.

WellStar Health System includes five hospitals, five urgent care centers, and has more than 400 employed providers.



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